Please do not enter playgrounds if you are unwell and remember to practice good social distancing (refer to our pdfBe Covid Safe guide).

There is so much to see and do at Poolgarla Family Area. Best suited for children under five, Ivey Watson Playground is wonderful for imaginative play, with children able to captain a pirate ship, be crowned a fairy princess and make buddies with the friendly critters.  

Poolgarla Parkland provides the perfect spot for older siblings to hang out at the space net play ball sports and use the 'learn to ride' cycle path.  

Pobblebonk, Jelly Belly, Bounce, Mother Wood Duck and Tickles. Photo: J. Thomas.Make some new friends

Have you met Pobblebonk, Jelly Belly, Bounce, Mother Wood Duck and Tickles the friendly critters that live at Poolgarla Family Area?

Don’t be afraid climb up and grab a ride, they don’t mind!

Can you guess from their name and shape what animal they are? 

Little girl on a playground pirate shipCaptain a ship

All aboard! Are you a pirate captain, an explorer of the high seas, or a navy general?

Steer the boat using the ship’s wheel, drop the anchor or look through the periscope. Just don’t fall overboard! 

Little girl running in the mazeExplore the maze 

Twist and turn, duck and dive, clamber and climb to make you way through this squiggly wiggly maze! 

LFA obstacle courseConquer the obstacle course 

Climb, crawl, slide and swing your way around the obstacle course!

See how many ways there are to get around, through, over and under!

Little girl with a big bookRead a big book 

Catch your breath and read about the exciting adventures of the animals that call Kings Park home including ‘Singing in the Rain’ and ‘Tummy Troubles’.

You can also buy smaller versions of these books to take home from Aspects of Kings Park Gallery Shop.

Family in a toy fire truckDrive a fire truck

Quick, everybody in!

See how many of you can fit into the fire engine before you set off to rescue the cat in the tree!

Kids in a playground castleBe king or queen of the castle

Cross the draw bridge over the sandy moat into your very own castle!

Sit on your throne or climb the turrets and look out across your fairy kingdom.  

Toddler in a cubby housePlay in a cubbyhouse

Not into castles? How about some fun pretend play in a cubby house then?

This area is best suited for our littlest visitors.

Kid with the music pipesMake some music 

Ring the bell, bang the gong and bash the pipes.

How much noise you can make?

Girl in the space netClimb like a spider in the space net 

Climb like you’ve got eight legs! Grab a friend and race to the top.

What can you see from up there?

Kid learning to scootLearn to ride, scoot or skate 

Grab your bike, scooter or skateboard and learn to ride using the looping path around the parkland.

You’ll get the hang of it in no time!

 

Kids running on a footpathPlay ball or run around! 

Grab your family and friends and enjoy a game of cricket, soccer, football, rugby or even frisbee or bocce. The choice is yours!

Administration car park closure

There will be limited access to the BGPA Administration building and the Kings Park Education and Learning building from Wednesday 15 June 2022 for approximately 8 weeks, due to ongoing Water Corporation works.

Water Corporation works

The Water Corporation is replacing approximately 700 metres of ageing water pipes between Mount Eliza Reservoir and Bellevue Terrace in Kings Park.

Bold Park disruption

Banksia Carpark in Bold Park is currently closed to the public due to stormwater damage.

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Floral clock debuts artistic new look

The much-loved Kings Park Floral Clock has debuted a whole new look with a modern floral makeover from an exciting artist.

Fire Ecology Burn

Researchers and bushland staff at Kings Park successfully carried out a scientific research burn in a section of Kings Park bushland earlier this month. 

New innovative AR experience launched at Kings Park

A new locally developed augmented reality experience has been launched at Kings Park in time for families to enjoy during these school holidays.

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