Discover the delights of the Western Australian Botanic Garden, walk among the treetops on the Lotterywest Federation Walkway, reflect at the State War Memorial, enjoy natural fun at Rio Tinto Naturescape Kings Park or play in the footprints of dinosaurs at Synergy Parkland.
We have more than beautiful parks and gardens. We also have leading scientists, horticultural experts and outstanding educators. We provide a great variety of learning opportunities for schools, tertiary students and volunteers. Learning comes naturally in Kings Park and Bold Park.
There is something for everyone and every season in Kings Park and Bold Park. Outdoor concerts, theatre and cinema are popular during warm weather while the Kings Park Festival is the place to be in spring. Visitors enjoy free guided walks, artist workshops and education programs all year round.
Kings Park and Bold Park provide unique opportunities to connect with nature in the heart of the city. Take a moment to breathe and relax in these tranquil surroundings, enjoy a guided walk through the Botanic Garden, get your hands dirty at Rio Tinto Naturescape Kings Park or take a quiet stroll through Bold Park bushland.
We want you and all our visitors to feel welcome and enjoy a visit to Kings Park and Bold Park. Whether you are planning a wedding, corporate function, sporting activity, community event or a large family gathering, we are here to help. You might be hosting friends, attending a concert or enjoying a meal. Take the time to organise your visit.
Kings Park and Bold Park are renowned for their spectacular views. Kings Park enjoys prime position on Mt Eliza overlooking Perth City and the Swan River, making it an ideal location for photography and weddings. Bold Park is a natural high point in the metropolitan area and provides stunning views of the Indian Ocean and surrounding suburbs.
The Western Australian Botanic Garden in Kings Park showcases over 3,000 varieties of the State’s unique flora, including many rare and threatened species. Visit the Backyard Botanicals Garden for easy, grow-me-at-home ideas to inspire your own native garden. Discover the natural beauty of Bold Park bushland, with a diverse range of flora, fauna and fungi.
Kings Park is where Western Australia’s memories are made with more memorials than any other park in Australia. Visitors can honour servicemen at the State War Memorial, journey down the Kokoda Track Walk and view thousands of dedications along the Honour Avenues. Discover the strong connection to Aboriginal culture and the role Kings Park plays in Perth’s social history.
Our parks belong to all of us and there are many ways you can provide support. Consider becoming a Kings Park or Bold Park volunteer with a variety of roles available to suit your interests. Sponsorships, bequests and proceeds from Aspects of Kings Park and native plant sales are greatly appreciated and maintain conservation efforts and visitor services.
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- Free gardening advice
- Naturescape closed in February
- Hello summer!
- Shopping at Aspects
- January 2015
- Ecological Field Studies
- Teamwork Challenge
- Concert traffic interruptions
- End of Year Big Day Out
- Kulunga Katitjin Festival
- Nyoongar Boodja
- Student Programs
- A park for all
- Dragon tree relocated
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