Like any trip to the great outdoors, some careful planning will help ensure everyone has a great time and stays safe.

Open

9.00 am - 4.00 pm
Tuesdays - Sundays
Admission is free!

Closed

Rio Tinto Naturescape Kings Park is closed when a very high fire danger is forecast and all of February.

We are closed every Monday (including public holidays), Christmas Day (25 December), New Year’s Day (1 January) and Australia Day (26 January).

Notices are provided on this website where ever possible regarding closures and service interruptions.

Conditions of Entry

Please follow these simple rules to keep everyone happy and safe:

Adult supervision is essential

Adult supervision is essential here

This is not a playground. There are tall climbing structures, open water, large rocks, sticks, bees, spiders and snakes here. Please watch your children closely.
Please look after natural environment

Be gentle

This is a fragile natural environment. Please look after it. Look out for wildlife and the beautiful flora of Western Australia.

Everyone welcome

Everyone welcome

Paths and boardwalks are generally accessible for people with disabilities or mobility issues and for parents with prams. Logs and rocks are available to sit on, however there are no benches or seats. Some visitor shelters are provided.
Group bookings required

Group bookings

Organised groups including schools and vacation care groups must book to come to Rio Tinto Naturescape Kings Park. No booking = no entry. School groups are only able to visit Rio Tinto Naturescape Kings Park in conjunction with a Kings Park Education program booking. To book, please contact Kings Park Education.
No rubbish

What rubbish

There are no bins here. Please be responsible for your own rubbish and take it home.
No swimming

Knee deep only

The water here is not suitable for drinking, swimming or getting up your nose. Children with nappies must not enter the water. Please don’t wear your bathers and goggles!
No ball games

Balls

This area is not suitable for ball games.
No shelters and picnics

Shelters, chairs and picnics

Shade tents, chairs, eskies and large picnic gear are not permitted. There are many amazing parkland areas in Kings Park that are perfect for games and picnics.
No bikes or skateboards

No bikes

This is not the place for bikes, skateboards or scooters. Bike racks are provided just outside the main entrance to Rio Tinto Naturescape Kings Park.
No pets

Pets

Pets + wildlife = big trouble. Please leave your pets at home.
No throwing

Dangerous activities

Please don’t throw rocks, or throw anything from the tall climbing structures here. Dangerous behaviour that could hurt you or others is not allowed.
No picking flora

Trees and Flowers

Please don’t pick our flowers or pull branches from trees. Cut branches are ready for you to build your palace in the cubby building area!
No smoking

Smoking

Smoking is strictly prohibited. Penalties apply.
Information

Need assistance?

Naturescaper staff and volunteers are available to help, including for first aid. Look for a pink shirt or call 0467 809 836 during opening hours.
Dial 000 in emergency

Emergencies

Don’t panic. Phone 000 for fire and emergencies. Listen for instructions. Find a staff member if you need help or first aid.

Christmas and New Year services

Visitors are advised that a number of services within Kings Park and Botanic Garden will be unavailable over the Christmas and New Year period.

Concert traffic interruptions

Road and carpark closures will occur in Kings Park and Botanic Garden from December 2018 until May 2019 due to concert events.

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Call for Aboriginal tourism operators

Kings Park, or Kaarta Koomba, invites local businesses employing, owned or run by Aboriginal people to provide new tourism and cultural experiences for its visitors.

Stay cool in Kings Park this summer

Kings Park will host the coolest line up of events this summer, including a stunning repeat of smash hit 'Boorna Waanginy: The Trees Speak' during the 2019 Perth Festival.

Students thank Fugro!

More than 1,000 primary school students, teachers and parent helpers converged on the WA Botanic Garden earlier this month for Kings Park Education’s annual Djilba Festival.

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