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Wildflower Wonders High Tea
09:00am, Tuesday, 01 September 2020 - 12:30pm, Wednesday, 30 September 2020
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At Wadjuk Carpark Wadjuk Way, Kings Park WA 6005, Australia
1300 038 924
Kings Park Festival, Walks and Talks, Entertainment and Wellness

Experience Kings Park’s best trails in wildflower bliss with our friends at The Hike Collective as you enjoy a 5 km guided hike followed by a luxurious long table high tea nestled amongst Lemon scented gums and the floral scents of spring in the worlds largest inner city park.

Your journey includes glorious views of the Swan River and Mt Eliza escarpment, and exploring the unique flora of the Kings Park bushland.  Discover the stories of Kings Park from early times as we wind through the memorials, visit Gija Jumulu, the 750-year-old Boab tree, and wander along the Boodja Gnarning walk trail that highlights the diverse methods of survival used by Nyoongar people to live off the land in the south-west of Western Australia. 

The walk is very popular and books out quickly. The Hike Collective will be adding more dates throughout September, for more details and to book, visit The Hike Collective.

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