Renee Tuckett, a PhD student at the Authority, was recently involved with Scitech's ‘Beyond the Beaker Program' aimed at encouraging students to pursue science careers.
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Beyond the Beaker - seed science
New life for Kings Park mother and child
The iconic nine foot bronze sculpture by Margaret Priest, located in the Pioneer Women's Memorial fountain in Kings Park, has been restored to its former glory so it can sparkle once again.
Paths re-opened along the base of Mount Eliza
Following completion of extensive risk management works on the Mount Eliza Escarpment, pedestrian access along the base of Mount Eliza has now been re-opened.
Plant DNA to help prevent extinction
In an attempt to understand how plants recolonise following fire or drought, a top Californian student is studying with Kings Park scientists to uncover the secret of seed dispersal in Banksia candolleana.
Relocation of Jarrah Log
The much-loved Jarrah Log has been relocated as part of an upgrade to the Saw Avenue Picnic Area in Kings Park.
Story of Kings Park and Botanic Garden
The Authority is pleased to announce the launch of a new book: A Joy Forever - The Story of Kings Park and Botanic Garden.
Kings Park Fire
A deliberately lit fire burnt approximately 40 hectares of bushland on Friday 16 January.
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