Fraser Avenue Tree Lights - Everlasting Kings Park Festival
When
07:00pm - 11:59pm, Thursday, 22 September 2022
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Where
At Fraser Ave Fraser Av Fraser Avenue Cat Id 28, Kings Park WA 6005, Australia
Website
www.bgpa.wa.gov.au
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Kings Park Festival, Fraser Ave Lights

To celebrate Everlasting Kings Park Festival 2022, the trees along Fraser Avenue will be lit up in pink.

This year's festival is celebrating the extraordinary diversity and beauty of Western Australia’s famous wildflowers!

A blanket of pink everlastings is just one of the flora displays on show in the Western Australian Botanic Garden in September.

Take part in dozens of workshops, tours, art displays, guided walks and family activities.

Fraser Avenue Lights

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Further information

Visit the Everlasting Kings Park Festival website for more information.

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