The Kings Park Festival presents 'Beauty Rich and Rare' in 2015 – a celebration of Western Australia's spectacular plant life.
The Festival is presented by Kings Park and Botanic Garden and the Friends of Kings Park. It is generously support of Major Festival Partner Santos, Lotterywest and The West Australian newspaper.
Held every September, the Kings Park Festival presents a dazzling spring collection of wildflowers along with free events including live music, guided walks, exhibitions, family activities and more.
Join us for an inspiring Festival experience and learn something new about WA flora and the leading horticulture and science that takes place in Kings Park.
All wildflowers on display during the Festival are native to Western Australia.
Most Festival events are free, from live music to guided walks and family activities.
Soul superheroes Stratosfunk will kick off the Santos Live concert series in Motown style on Saturday 5 September.
Kings Park produces all its own seeds and plants. The Kings Park nursery has produced over 20,000 plants for the 2015 Festival.
More than half a million people are expected to visit the Kings Park Festival this September.
This is the 52nd Kings Park Festival and 2015 marks the 50th anniversary of the Western Australian Botanic Garden.
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News items and media releases will be made available closer the Festival start date of 1 September 2015.
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2015 marks the 50th anniversary of the Western Australian Botanic Garden in Kings Park and the 52nd Kings Park Festival.
The Western Australian Botanic Garden is one of the most visited and unique of its kind in the world. Known around the world for being 'ahead of its time' since it began in 1965, it is devoted to native flora – in recognition of Western Australia's abundant, rare, fragile and uniquely beautiful plant life. The South West of WA is classed as a global biodiversity hotspot.
The Western Australian Botanic Garden is a leader in environmental conservation, horticulture and scientific research which has made its plant collection one of the best in the world. Its displays are underpinned by scientific research, conservation and painstakingly maintained living collections.
The Botanic Garden also encompasses much of the State's cultural heritage – from ancient Nyoongar history to modern day - through public art, memorials, trails and garden displays.
It is also the venue for many cultural events each year – including the Kings Park Festival!