Due to very high fire danger conditions, Naturescape is closed and Kings Park afternoon guided walks are cancelled.


Kings Park Education

Kings Park EducationLearning comes naturally

Kings Park Education provides hands-on, inquiry-based education programs for students from Kindergarten to Tertiary. Programs highlight the unique plants, people and places of Western Australia and the role we can all play in a sustainable future. All programs are delivered by qualified educators in line with the general capabilities and cross-curriculum priorities set out by the Australian curriculum. Whether you are visiting Kings Park and Botanic Garden for a picnic, a play or an education program, please let us know you are coming to ensure your enjoyment and safety in case of an emergency.

Download the pdf2014 Kings Park Education program3.35 MB.

Contact the Education Bookings Officer with any enquiries.

Kings Park Education logoKings Park Education inspires the understanding of Western Australia’s unique plants, people and places. There is a strong emphasis on the role we can all play in a sustainable future.


We want you to enjoy your excursion to Kings Park. Please plan your visit carefully to make sure everything runs smoothly. Bookings are essential for all school excursions to Kings Park. If you need any help or advice, please contact the Education Bookings Officer.


Bookings are essential for all excursions to Kings Park. Whether you are here for a picnic, a play or an education program, please let us know you are coming. This will ensure your safety and enjoyment. We recommend making your booking at least one month in advance, due to the popularity of our programs.


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Kings Park Education provides practical ideas for excursions and inspiration for teaching in the classroom.



Indigenous activity with Kings Park EducationIn addition to the school programs on offer throughout the year, Kings Park Education provides a series of one-off or seasonal education events. These special events are usually facilitated by external specialists such as artists, theatrical performers and Aboriginal presenters.

Nyoongar Boodja

Nyoongar Boodja explores the six seasons of the Nyoongar culture and Aboriginal life.

Dates for 2014
Term 1 - Djeran season: 1 - 4 April
Term 2 - Makuru season: 17 - 20 June
Term 3 - Djilba season: 17 September (Kulunga Katitjin Festival)
Term 4 - Kambarang season: 11 - 14 November
Term 4 - Birok season: 9 - 12 December (End of Year Big Day Out)

Further details are availble via events calendar. Please contact the Education Bookings Officer to make a booking, or for further information.