COVID-19 Update: Rio Tinto Naturescape Kings Park is closed. We look forward to welcoming you back into the site shortly.


Conditions of Entry

Bookings are not required for family or social visits to Rio Tinto Naturescape Kings Park.

Bookings are required for organised groups including community and vacation/childcare groups. Bookings are free and help to ensure you get the most out of your visit to Rio Tinto Naturescape Kings Park.

Community groups book now via Rezdy

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

Adult supervision is essential

Adult supervision is essential here

Challenging environments and natural hazards are present. There are tall climbing structures, open water, large rocks and other features that are intentionally designed to challenge young visitors. Make sure your child stays within their capability.
No swimming

Knee deep only

The water here is not suitable for swimming or drinking. Children in nappies must not sit in the water.
Please look after natural environment

Be gentle

This is a fragile, natural environment. Please look after it. Please don’t pick flowers, damage trees or chase animals.

Group bookings required

Group bookings

Organised groups (i.e. schools, vacation care groups) must book to come to Rio Tinto Naturescape Kings Park. No booking = no entry. School groups are only able to visit Naturescape in conjunction with a Kings Park Education program booking.
No rubbish

What rubbish?

There are no bins here. Thank you for taking your rubbish home.
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.
No pets

Pets

Pets + wildlife = big trouble. Please leave your pets at home. Assistance dogs are welcome.
No throwing

Dangerous activities

Please don’t throw rocks, or throw anything from tall structures found here. Any dangerous behaviour that could hurt you or others is not allowed.
No bikes or skateboards

Bikes, scooters and balls

There are places in Kings Park perfect for these activities, but please don’t use them in here. Bike racks are provided outside the main entrance on May Drive.
No shelters and picnics

Picnics and equipment

Shade tents, big eskies, trolleys and chairs are not permitted. There are places in Kings Park perfect for picnics but not here.
No smoking

Smoking and alcohol

Smoking and alcohol are strictly prohibited. Penalties apply.
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. Naturescapers contact number is 0467 809 836 during opening hours.

COVID-19

The wellbeing of our visitors, volunteers and staff is our number one priority during the current COVID-19 situation. We are closely monitoring and responding to Government health advice and putting extra measures in place to protect our staff, volunteers and visitors.  

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