Named after the first Surveyor-General of Perth, Malcolm Fraser, this century old tree-lined avenue is one of the most visited sites in Perth.
The towering lemon-scented gums (Corymbia citriodora) lining Fraser Avenue from the main entrance to the restaurant precinct were planted in 1937 and each tree has a Centenary plaque to recognise prominent Western Australian citizens commemorated in 1929, the centenary of colonial establishment.
Attracting millions of visitors each year, Kings Park's Fraser Avenue has a lot to offer the visitor.
Things to do along Fraser Avenue
Visit Aspects of Kings Park gallery shop for that very special gift, book or art piece.
Enjoy sunrise or daytime views over the Swan River and distant Darling Scarp.
Meet a Kings Park Guide for an informative free guided walk along Fraser Avenue or through the Botanic Garden or bushland areas of Kings Park.
Take a ride around the park with City Sightseeing Bus.
Discover the land of the local Wadjuk people on an Indigenous Heritage Tour.
Participate in an Aboriginal performance or find a treasured artwork or souvenir at the Aboriginal Art Gallery.
Sit in quiet contemplation at the State War Memorial. This precinct is the site of many moving ceremonies including the Dawn Service on ANZAC Day.
Make a wish at the Wishing Well with panoramic views over the city.
Reserve the Old Tea Pavilion for your special function.
Enter the Western Australian Botanic Garden to get amongst wildflowers, enjoy the birdlife and uncover a wonderful array of botanically enriching artworks, such as the Banksia mosaics, the Acacia Steps and Water Garden sculptures. The Botanic Garden features a scientific collection of over 2,000 Western Australian plants. The gardens are a favourite venue for weddings, picnics, music concerts and drama events.
Take a walk amongst the treetops on the award-winning and very popular Lotterywest Federation Walkway, a delightful way to discover the beauty of the Park.
Pack an evening hamper and enjoy breathtaking views over the city's colourfully lit skyline. In the summer time, you may even be able to enjoy the whispers of relaxing or festive music being played in the Botanic Garden as part of the Summer Events Program.