Kings Park Management Plan
The Kings Park and Botanic Garden Management Plan 2009-2014 has been endorsed by the Minister for Environment; Youth.
Kings Park and Botanic Garden is a key remnant in Perth's greenways providing an important refuge for many species and an important ecological corridor. It is an important scientific and cultural institution and a significant tourist attraction enjoyed last year by over 6.4 million visitors for recreation, environmental discovery, ceremony and reflection, cultural activities and social gatherings.
The plan identifies objectives; achievements and progress for the past five years; directions and strategies for management; and, priorities for the next five years.
You can download the Kings Park and Botanic Garden Management Plan 2009-2014 below.
The map on pages 10-11 of the booklet is also provided separately in A3 format to allow larger printing if necessary.
Audit of Public Submissions
The Kings Park and Botanic Garden Draft Management Plan 2009-2014 was prepared with significant consultation from key stakeholders, including allied government and private organisations and the general community. In addition to a series of internal and external workshops and feedback request forms to produce the draft document, submissions were received in a formal consultation process between 1 March 2009 and 30 April 2009.
Thirty-three submissions were received, comprising 142 individual comments. The Audit of Public Submissions details all comments and highlights if, where, why and how the plan was further developed/amended as a result of the submissions process.
- Last Updated: 18 November 2009