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Salter Point is a suburb of Perth, Western Australia, located in the City of South Perth local government area.
Around 1880, Samuel August Salter (after whom Salter Point was named) worked as a sawyer and timber contractor on the peninsula. At the time, the area was completely undeveloped, surrounded by dense bush with no road access.
Salter established a landing stage on the point known as "Salter's Landing". To which timber logs could be floated from where they were cut in Kelmscott and Jarrahdale for transportation to a mill by barge. Salter operated his business from this location for several years leading to the area being renamed "Salter Point".
Samuel August Salter (1849–1930) son of British migrants Samuel & Sarah Salter, and brother to Hannah. Hannah Buckingham (Salter) married Thomas Buckingham in 1871 and lived in Kelmscott.
In 1929 a road to the location was made.
In 1955, the area comprising Manning, Mt Henry, Salter Point and Waterford was annexed to the South Perth Road Board from the Canning Road Board.
In 1990, the suburb's name Salter Point was gazetted.
The foreshore along the Canning River has been studied for management plans.