Two thirds of Kings Park is protected as managed bushland and provides an important haven for visitors and native biodiversity.

There are a series of walking tracks and designated pedestrian/cycle paths through the Kings Park bushland that allow visitors the chance to appreciate Kings Park's unique flora, fauna and fungi.

For those seeking an interpretive walking experience, we recommend the Bushland Nature Trail which offers unique encounters with WA's biodiversity or the longer Law Walk which provides stunning river views and an insight into the Mount Eliza escarpment.

With so many visitors from varied walks of life visiting Kings Park each day, we thank cyclists who comply with our Regulations to ensure all visitors have a positive and safe experience.

Please remember that pedestrians always have the right of way on shared use paths and that a maximum cycling speed of 10 kph applies. If a path is not signed at each entrance point as shared use for cyclists and pedestrians, then it is for pedestrian use only and cycling or other wheeled recreational device use is not permitted.

All cyclists are required to abide by the Road Traffic Code 2000 and must adhere to signage and directions by the Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority. Please refer to the Cycling Paths map for recent updates to the cycle paths within Kings Park.

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Kings Park bushland paths