Point Walter is a point in the Swan River, Western Australia.
It is located on the southern shore and forms the western end of Melville Water. Point Walter is located in the suburb of Bicton and is on the opposite side of the river to the suburbs of Mosman Park, Peppermint Grove, and Dalkeith.
Point Walter is notable for the sand bar that extends over 1 km into the river, sections of which often submerge under high water.
Point Walter was named in 1827 by Sir James Stirling, in honour of his favourite older brother, Walter Stirling.
Check out my mate Kam flying the bird for the first time.