The Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority is a sought-after partner among the corporate community. Corporate sponsorships provide a valuable connection to the natural environment, local community, Aboriginal and cultural heritage, scientific research and conservation.

Corporate gift service

Aspects of Kings Park gallery shop has an inspirational selection of high quality objects to suit a range of corporate needs, from small mementos and hand-crafted items to highly valued art pieces and furniture.

Aspects of Kings Park is proudly owned and managed by the Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority and all proceeds are reinvested back into Kings Park and Botanic Garden. Our team offers personal service to recommend gifts that will complement your business.

Contact the Aspects corporate team to help with your special project.

Friends of Kings Park corporate membership

The Friends of Kings Park are a not-for-profit organisation that links Kings Park with the wider community. Its aim is to assist the Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority by encouraging public interest and contributions.

This is done through membership; active volunteering in conservation, bushland management and horticulture; promotion; education; and, attracting funding for special projects (such as the Lotterywest Federation Walkway and Lotterywest Family Area).

The Friends of Kings Park offer four levels of corporate membership. Each level provides a range of benefits including a magazine subscription, discounts and opportunities for corporate entertaining and networking within Kings Park.

Contact the Friends of Kings Park for further information.

Corporate Volunteer Days of Service

The Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority have events throughout the year for corporations to be involved in a Day of Service or Once off Volunteering.

Djilba Festival

The Djilba Festival is a series of annual events held in September during the Kings Park Festival. There are several days of activities, hands-on displays, presentations, performances and exhibitions for primary school-aged students.

The aim of the event series is to promote an understanding of the importance of biodiversity and caring for the environment. It is also an opportunity for educational providers and Aboriginal presenters to come together to celebrate local Aboriginal cultures; inspiring science; environments and sustainability.

Over 100 volunteers are needed to help manage these events for approximately 2,500 primary school students over several days. There are approximately 40 activity stations located throughout the WA Botanic Garden that require volunteer assistance.

Corporate volunteers are invited to pre-information sessions and are provided with a Volunteer Information Pack. Companies may wear their own team shirts or hats.

A photographer will be available to take staff or team photos which can be used for promotion.

The requirements are:

  • all volunteers must fill out a once-off volunteer form
  • all volunteers will receive a special name badge and lanyard to wear
  • a minimum of eight volunteers are needed from each company
  • each corporate company will suggest one staff member to be a 'roving ambassador' at the event to look after their team.

The Big Day Out

The End of Year Big Day Out is a series of events held over several days in December and provide a very special end-of-year excursion for schools. Teamwork, determination and problem solving are needed during these fun-filled days at Rio Tinto Naturescape Kings Park.

Over 50 volunteers are required to assist with running each of the activities and programs during each day of the event.

The requirements are:

  • all volunteers must fill out a once-off volunteer form
  • all volunteers will receive a special name badge and lanyard to wear
  • a minimum of four volunteers are needed from each company.

If your company is interested in spending a day volunteering and would like more information please contact the Volunteer Coordinator.

Sponsorships and Partners

The Authority is experienced in managing best-practice sponsorship relationships. It holds a strong position and reputation in the community, which in turn provides corporate partners with unique reputational benefits, marketing reach and networking opportunities.

Kings Park and Botanic Garden is a close neighbour to businesses in West Perth and the Perth CBD and has the highest visitation of any destination in Western Australia, welcoming nearly six million visitors per annum.

The Authority's preference is to engage in long-term, mutually beneficial arrangements which bring the public and private sectors together. All relationships with the corporate community are carefully aligned to ensure shared values, and each agreement is negotiated individually.

There are a number of ways your corporation can be involved in our special parks. Please contact the Customer Services Officer for further information.

Visitor reminder

Under BGPA Regulations, an infringement may be issued if the driver of a vehicle does not remain within Kings Park's boundaries.

Flower thefts

We’re calling for help from the people of Perth to catch thieves stealing large quantities of flowers and foliage from Kings Park.

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A feast for the senses

The 2019 Kings Park Festival is here with 30,000 of Western Australia’s famous wildflowers in full bloom across the park and a month-long program of over 100 events and activities.

Warm welcome to botanic garden guides

Kings Park and Botanic Garden warmly welcomes 200 delegates for the Australasian Volunteer Botanic Guides Conference from 16 to 20 September 2019. 

New volunteer HQ opens

Rain and wind did not dampen the spirits of guests celebrating the opening of Kings Park’s first purpose-built volunteer facility in Kings Park on Friday 30 August.

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