We were delighted to present 'Beauty Rich and Rare' in 2015: a fitting festival theme for Perth's favourite park in a State with the planet's most spectacular wildflowers.
The Festival calendar was packed with plenty to see and do during the entire month of September. Santos Live music days, outdoor displays, guided walks and activities catered for all ages and interests; and most events were free!
This year's festival was particularly special, marking the 50th anniversary of the Western Australian Botanic Garden. The great news is the celebrations are continuing right through spring and summer - take a stroll around our 50 Year Journey exhibition and grab a photo with our gorgeous 'Big Five-O' near the Pioneer Women's Memorial. Plus, keep your eyes peeled for our stunning 'Anniversary Gold' Kangaroo Paw, which will be blooming brightly around the park until late spring. This new golden variety was specially bred by the Kings Park Nursery team for the milestone anniversary.
The Kings Park Festival was proudly presented by Kings Park and Botanic Garden and the Friends of Kings Park this September, with the generous support of Major Festival Partner Santos, Lotterywest and The West Australian.
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Western Australia is a true haven for beauty, rich and rare – which made it the perfect theme the 2015 Kings Park Festival!
Are you curious to know what goes on behind-the-scenes here in the park? Why not take a free guided walk and discover something new!
Santos Live music events brought Kings Park alive with sounds of swinging soul, contemporary and classic jazz, folk tunes and indie chill sets.
From bold blooms to shapely leaves and methods of survival, the plants found in Kings Park and Botanic Garden are spectacular!
Win great prizes from Seashells Hospitality Group and Perth's best family attractions this Spring.
2015 marked the 50th anniversary of the Western Australian Botanic Garden in Kings Park and the 52nd Kings Park Festival.