Kings Park and Botanic Garden offers a small number of outdoor venues suitable for functions and events of 250 - 2000 people (referred to as medium-sized events).

Medium sized event

The Find Your Venue search tool helps you select an ideal venue from a number of large and/or shaded grass areas that are suitable for a medium-sized event. Prior to booking a venue, event organisers are encouraged to visit the venue personally to ensure it is suitable.

Medium-sized events require careful planning and management. Event organisers must read the Conditions for Medium-sized Events within the Application Pack before making a booking, to ensure you can meet the specific requirements. A draft Event Management Plan must be submitted with your application.

The Medium-sized Events Application Pack includes costs for venue hire and event management and provides all the information you need to make a booking. The Application Pack contains the following documents:

  1. Conditions for Medium-sized Events in Kings Park and Botanic Garden
  2. Guidelines for preparing Event and Risk Management Plans
  3. Application for Medium-sized Events in Kings Park and Botanic Garden

The pack can be downloaded below or is available from Kings Park Administration in printed form.

pdfMedium-sized Events Application Pack1.22 MB

Please contact the Bookings Officer for further information and assistance.

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