The Strategic Plan outlines the strategic direction of the Authority, including its governing and planning framework, legislation, vision, mission, values, services, and key performance indicators.
The Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority’s 2014 – 2019 Strategic Plan builds on the long history of achievements and services delivered by the Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority and its predecessor, the Kings Park Board. This Strategic Plan is the result of consultation with key stakeholders and is endorsed by both the Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority’s Board of Management and the Minister for Environment.
Through the Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority Act 1998, the Authority is charged with the care, control and management of designated lands in accordance with publicly endorsed management plans. Current designated lands are Bold Park and Kings Park and Botanic Garden, both with high levels of community value and exceptional biodiversity.
The 1998 Act identifies the specific functions and relevant powers that govern the management of the designated lands and provide for the promotion of conservation of biological diversity generally. They include the provision of recreational and tourism services and facilities; conservation of natural landscapes; plant management, interpretation and display; biodiversity management; conservation, enhancement and promotion of cultural heritage; and education and research programs.
The Authority is supported by the State Government, the community of Western Australia, a wide range of sponsors, service providers and stakeholders, and hundreds of active and dedicated volunteers. The Authority strives to ensure the conservation of native biological diversity and cultural heritage icons of Bold Park and Kings Park and Botanic Garden, while providing for the diverse range of visitor interests.
You can download a copy of the Strategic Plan below or request a hard copy from Kings Park Administration:
- Last Updated: 02 December 2014