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

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Visitors are advised of changes to public transport services when planning their outing.

Public transport to Kings Park is accessible via Transperth bus route 37 that travels along Fraser Avenue and terminates at Wadjuk Carpark. A free Green CAT bus is now available, running between Leederville Station and the Esplanade Busport via City West Station, West Perth and St Georges Terrace. Read more about public transport to Kings Park and Botanic Garden...

Be aware of train service interruptions that may impact your visit. Visit the Transperth website for more information...

Cycling is permitted on all main roads (40 kph speed limit) and along designated shared use pedestrian/cycle paths (10 kph speed limit) in Kings Park. All shared paths are identified through signage at the entry to each path. For your convenience, bike racks are located in Wadjuk Carpark, Forrest Carpark, outside Rio Tinto Naturescape Kings Park on May Drive, and in Synergy Parkland. Read more about cycling in Kings Park and Botanic Garden...

Penalties apply for parking and leaving your vehicle in Kings Park. Visitors are to observe the speed limits and adhere to all parking signs. Refer to the parking guide for details on parking areas and infringements. Read more about parking in Kings Park and Botanic Garden...