Kings Park Volunteers

Kings Park and Botanic Garden enjoys the devotion of hundreds of enthusiastic and dedicated volunteers. Together they make Kings Park and Botanic Garden the iconic and inspiring place it is to Western Australians and visitors alike.

If you have a passion for native plants, conservation, local heritage, learning or meeting people, becoming a volunteer offers great satisfaction and rewards.

Native Plant Sale. Photo: C. Sprogoe.

The Friends of Kings Park established in 1993 to involve the community in the maintenance of Kings Park and Botanic Garden as a special place for people and plants.


Gardening Advisory Service. Photo: C. Sprogoe.

The Kings Park Volunteer Master Gardeners provide a free advisory service on caring for and growing native plants for home gardeners and community groups.


Kings Park Guides. Photo: C. Sprogoe.

The Kings Park Volunteer Guides are a dynamic group of 120 active people of varying ages and backgrounds. They all have a love for Kings Park and a desire to share this passion with visitors.


Honour Avenue dedication ceremony. Photo: D. Nicolson.

The Returned and Services League (RSL) accepted responsibility for the maintenance and preservation of the plaques along Kings Park's Honour Avenues in 1922.


Bush Guardians. Photo: J. Darcy.

Naturescapers are trained volunteers who encourage fun, exploration and learning among our young visitors to Rio Tinto Naturescape Kings Park.