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Discover the importance of the Western Australian Botanic Garden in its 50th year

Venture out on a guided walk through the spectacular Western Australian Botanic Garden. Experience the panoramic views from the Lotterywest Federation Walkway and discover the fascinating stories behind the iconic landmark of Kings Park – its people, plants and animals. This tour can be customised to focus on plant biology and ecosystems or Aboriginal Histories.

'The highlight for the students was learning about biodiversity in Perth.' - Year 12 Teacher


By the end of this program students will:

  • Identify key features of native species that enable them to survive in our harsh environment
  • Have increased knowledge of some of the interrelationships between plants and animals and how they rely on each other for survival.
  • Identify the importance of maintaining biodiversity
  • Identify and name some of the plants that Aboriginal people used for food, medicine, tools and shelter
  • Recognise ways in which they can help to conserve native habitats.

Australian Curriculum Links

Kings Park Education Programs complement learning outcomes of the Australian Curriculum.

Download: pdf'Wildflowers and Walkways' Australian Curriculum Content Codes100.25 KB

Bookings are essential and fees apply.

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