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The popular Wildflower Pavilion has a long history in the Botanic Garden. The roof structure of the original Botanic Garden office building was identified as an important architectural design of the 1960's that is reflected in other buildings of the same era in Kings Park. The unique design of the roof, a hyperbolic paraboloid, enabled it to be craned into its current location to create the Wildflower Pavilion in 2002.

After being badly damaged in a storm in March 2014, the Wildflower Pavilion roof was carefully dismantled, redesigned to meet current building code and rebuilt with a new steel frame and recycled timber lining. The pavilion has retained its unique shape and appearance and was reopened in April 2015.

The pavilion is spacious and easily accessible, featuring a charming wood-panelled ceiling and very effective acoustics. Surrounded by the beauty of the Botanic Gardens and close to the major visitor precinct on Fraser Avenue, this is an ideal venue for most functions.

Suited to
Weddings, social and family functions, community groups, corporate functions, film and photography
Capacity
150 people
Parking
Forrest Carpark, Botanic Garden
Access
Easily accessed from Forrest Carpark; ideal for groups with limited mobility
Services
Public transport bus stop close by in Fraser Avenue precinct
Toilets
Tuart toilets close by
Power
Available
Shelter
Available
Seating
Not available
Refreshments
Approximately 400 m to Fraser Avenue precinct
Barbecues
Not available
Booking times
Available 9.00 am - 6.00 pm daily
Bookings
Please contact the Bookings Officer
Location
Western Australian Botanic Garden
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