We are offering a great opportunity to share your love for art and nature with other people who feel passionate about Bold Park and Kings Park and Botanic Garden.Bold Park and Kings Park and Botanic Garden are both beautiful places to be inspired by the wonders of Western Australia's natural environment. Artists have been depicting various aspects of these wonderful Parks for many years, with the earliest surviving paintings dating from the 1820's.
If you have done a special drawing, painting or sculpture, or taken a photograph in either Park and would like to share your work with the community, you can send it in to us.
You do not have to be a professional artist, and work from people of all ages and backgrounds are invited. We will put images of a selection of these works on this website for the wider community to enjoy. All submitted artwork will be considered, but we cannot guarantee all will be posted to the website. No fees are payable, and the images will be put on the website and removed at the sole discretion of the Authority.
This image was sent in by John Carroll, in a delightful series of wildflower pictures taken in Kings Park bushland. Burchardia congesta is more widely known as a 'Milkmaid', occurs from Northhampton down to Esperence and is common in the bushlands of Kings Park and Bold Park.