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WA's Special Eucalypts
11:00am - 12:30pm, Sunday, 18 September 2022
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At Roe Gardens Forrest Dr, Kings Park WA 6005, Australia
Guided Walks and Tours, Kings Park Festival, Walks and talks

This walk highlights a selection of WA's amazing and unique eucalypts growing in Kings Park's beautiful Roe Gardens, 

 Western Australia is home to an amazing assortment of over 400 species of eucalypts, most of which are unique to the State. This walk showcases some of these spectacular and special eucalypts, including the Park’s native species. Many have large, colourful flowers and ornate buds and fruits. The walk introduces a wide range of species growing in Roe Gardens and nearby parts of the Botanic Gardens, and outlines some of their key biological and historical features, their significance to Aboriginal people, and their economic importance.

Starting from Roe Gardens, Forrest Drive.


Prepare for your walk

  • Wear sturdy, closed-in shoes and come dressed for the weather with a hat, jacket, sunscreen and drinking water.
  • This walk requires a moderate level of fitness and is not suitable for wheelchairs walking aids or prams.
  • Toilet facilities and parking are available nearby.
  • Our events go ahead in rain or shine, however, walks may be cancelled in extreme weather conditions. Refer to the notices section for current closures and service interruptions.
  • People with a disability are encouraged to contact us to ensure we meet your needs for this event.
  • Social distancing may be required and if you are feeling unwell please postpone your visit to a future event.

All guided walks are free. Places are limited. Book now via Eventbrite.  Registrations close 5:00pm on the day before the event.

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2022-09-18AWST11:00:00 2022-09-18AWST12:30:00

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