Come to the annual Kings Park Festival and have fun! Photo: J. Thomas.View image slideshow

Find yourself in a carpet of wildflowers in a Floral Fantasy for the Kings Park Festival from 1 - 30 September 2016.

Visit the world's biggest display of Western Australia's famous wildflowers from every region of the state without leaving the city and enjoy:

  • Free and fascinating guided walks exploring Kings Park and WA flora
  • 'Mysterious Coiffures' by French street artist Christophe Pavia and Adélaïde Daraspe
  • The Future Keepers outdoor exhibition
  • Roving Adorable Florables wildflower characters
  • Perth's best native plant sale, thanks to the Friends of Kings Park
  • Acoustic music, visiting artists and much more.

Let your imagination go wild with Kings Park 2016 writer in residence Nandi Chinna, who will invite visitors to share their stories and take part in sensory walks, creative writing and poetry.

The Kings Park Festival is proudly presented by Kings Park and Botanic Garden and the Friends of Kings Park this September, with the generous support of Lotterywest.

Keep in touch with the Kings Park events calendar, subscribe to our e-newsletter and follow us on Facebook to keep up with the Festival news as we get closer to September.

Stay tuned for updates soon and we'll see you in Kings Park this September!

The Adorable Florables at the Festival. Photo: J. D'Arcy. The amazing everlastings wow the crowds every September. Photo: J. D'Arcy. Visitors enjoying Kings Park's fluffy inhabitants on a sublime spring day. Photo: J. Thomas. Amazing stiltwalkers add entertainment for the crowds. Photo: J. Thomas. Crowds enjoying picnics in the sunshine. Photo: J. Thomas. Kids dancing on the lawn. Photo: J. Thomas. Immerse yourself into the world of beautiful native flora. Photo: B. Oldmeadow. Native Plant Sales always attract crowds of gardening enthusiasts. Photo: J. Thomas. guided walk j thomas Aspects of Kings Park Gallery Shop was looking particularly beautiful during Festival 2015 with a vibrant umbrella display entitled Bella Umbrellas. Photo: D. Blumer.