Due to a Total Fire Ban in Perth today, Naturescape is closed and access to bushland paths in Kings Park and Bold Park may be affected.Read more ...
Our vision is to create and provide world-recognised botanic gardens and parks and to inspire the conservation of biological diversity. Staff and volunteers work enthusiastically to make both parks the inspiring places they are today.
Kings Park and Botanic Garden, and Bold Park, are managed under the Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority Act 1998 and Regulations 1999.
The Act replaced legislation that had been operating for the management of Kings Park and Botanic Garden by the Kings Park Board since 1895 and to provide the authority to manage other designated lands, such as Bold Park (which was declared an A class reserve in August 1998). Kings Park and Bold Park are two of Perth's largest reserves, incorporating the State's Botanic Garden and important urban bushland areas.
The Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority became part of the new Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions on 1 July 2017.
Our head office is in Kings Park on Fraser Avenue, Kings Park.
We actively seek to include, welcome and value unique contributions of all people, including those with disability, Aboriginal Australians and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, in our workplace.
The Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority Act 1998 and Regulations 1999 cover a wide range of issues to protect the managed lands: Kings Park and Botanic Garden, and Bold Park.
Payments for infringements and tax invoices can be made online and no transaction fees apply. Other payments, including event and education bookings can be made by phone, fax, email, post or in person.
The Western Australian Botanic Garden is located within Kings Park and showcases some of the State's most diverse and spectacular plant groups, including many rare and threatened species.
The Backyard Botanicals Garden, located in May Drive Parkland around the Zamia Cafe, demonstrates how easy it is to grow Western Australian native plants in your own backyard.
If you would like to create your own native garden or need advice on how to improve your existing one, browse the articles in this section or contact the Garden Advisory Service.
Kings Park Science team undertakes integrated and innovative research in native plant biology, underpinning conservation and ecological restoration of Western Australia's unique biodiversity, and biodiversity generally.
The Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority publishes a range of information including books, brochures, scientific papers, strategic policy documents and annual reports.
Get involved and let your passion grow. You can support the vibrant community of dedicated staff, volunteers and visitors that care for Kings Park and Bold Park.