Kings Park and Botanic Garden
Cycling is permitted on all main roads (40 kph speed limit) and along designated shared use pedestrian/cycle paths (10 kph speed limit) in Kings Park. All shared paths are identified through signage at the entry to each path.
The shared paths in Kings Park are in the bushland and are: the Western Path, Zamia Path, Goanna Path, Boomerang Path, Speargrass Path and Prionotes Path. You can view the bushland tracks map showing all the designated shared paths in Kings Park. Note that all of these shared paths are on hard surfaces through the beautiful Kings Park bushland areas.
Please note that due to safety and conservation issues, cycling is not permitted on any pedestrian only paths for any visitors over the age of twelve.
There are no designated shared paths in the Western Australian Botanic Garden or in the developed parkland areas of Kings Park. Cyclists are welcome to use the main roads in these areas.
For your convenience, bike racks are located in Wadjuk Carpark, Forrest Carpark, outside Rio Tinto Naturescape Kings Park on May Drive, and in Synergy Parkland. It is recommended you secure your bicycle with an anti-theft lock and take your valuables with you.
Please note that motorised or electric powered bikes or other transportation vehicles (other than those required for disability access, such as gophers and electric wheelchairs) are not permitted to use either the shared paths or the pedestrian paths in Kings Park.
You may also be interested in the following brochures, published by the Department of Transport:
Bike hire is not available within Kings Park and Botanic Garden. We recommend visitors contact Tourism WA regarding hire options.
Bicycles are only permitted on the Reabold Hill Scenic Drive (40kph). Please note that due to safety and conservation issues, cycling is not permitted on any of the internal trails in Bold Park.