Walking, cycling, driving, even unicycling - what could transport networks to and within Kings Park look like between now and 2050?
The Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority is calling for community and business feedback to inform a draft Kings Park Integrated Transport Strategy.
The draft Strategy will shape the future circulation and integration of pedestrian, cycling, vehicles and other modes of transport throughout Kings Park.
It will also explore incoming connections and identify opportunities to establish new linkages to connect Kings Park and Botanic Garden to the Swan River and Bold Park.
BGPA Executive Director Alan Barrett said Kings Park and Botanic Garden was Western Australia’s premiere destination for tourists and locals with more than five million visitors a year.
'Transport requirements in Perth have undergone rapid changes over the last few decades and transport technologies and options are also changing', he said.
'Under the draft Strategy, Kings Park networks will be examined to meet the current and future needs of our visitors and service providers.
'We encourage everyone to share their feedback with us and help shape the future of transport to and within Kings Park.'
Interested contributors are encouraged to visit engage.perth.wa.gov.au to have their say and enter the draw to win a $200 Aspects of Kings Park Gallery Shop voucher.
Consultation ends 8 July 2021.