We are pleased to announce the release of our new responsive website.

new website lookIn recognition of constantly changing technology, this website has been carefully designed to perform well on any browser and any device including desktops, tablets and mobiles.

Introducing a fresh new look with user-friendly navigation, the latest information about our activities and visitor services has been updated.

We've simplified the menu structure considerably. The new site is divided into three main sections: About BGPA, Kings Park and Bold Park. Whether you are planning a visit to one of our beautiful parks or looking for information on the Authority, horticulture, research or conservation; we've make made your search for information easier.

Visitors can navigate the site via the search facility in the header, the menu line, tile window entries, quicklinks footer bar or the frequently accessed module menu.

Join us on a journey of discovery from the homepage:

  • Discover our attractions
  • Investigate and learn
  • See what's happening
  • Connect with nature
  • Organise your visit
  • View from above
  • Explore the gardens
  • Remember our history
  • You can help.

Accessibility has improved across the site, achieving an impressive AA against the World Consortium Accessibility Guidelines in most areas. This is to better assist all our visitors and their individual needs.

Recognising that our website needs to constantly improve, we continue to update this website daily - now and into the future. Further improvements are already planned but please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone (+61 8) 9480 3600 if you experience any problems using the new website or if you have any suggestions.

Remember to update your bookmarks and favourites to avoid error messages. Thank you for your continued support of Kings Park and Botanic Garden, and Bold Park.

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.

Aboriginal Art Gallery closure

The Aboriginal Art Gallery in Kings Park will close on 30 June 2019 after 23 years of service to clients, Aboriginal artists and the community.

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Wildflower photography competition

The Kings Park Festival 'Flowers in Focus' photography competition is now open to amateur photographers in Western Australia.

National Reconciliation Week

Kings Park and Botanic Garden (Kaarta Koomba) is pleased to mark National Reconciliation Week with the launch of two new Aboriginal cultural tour operators who have commenced activities in the park.

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