Western Australia’s most visited tourist destination – Kings Park and Botanic Garden – was a hive of activity throughout the month, attracting an estimated 450,000 people. Photo: BGPA. View Festival 2019 highlights slideshow

The 2020 Kings Park Festival will celebrate 'Perth’s Green Heart' this September with the world’s biggest and most beautiful display of Western Australian wildflowers. Enjoy dozens of free and fabulous events for nature lovers, garden gurus and those with an interest in conservation and the beautiful Western Australian environment. 

The Festival will run from 1 – 30 September, with more than 25,000 plants and hundreds of wildflower varieties bursting into bloom, heralding the start of spring in the South West of WA.

With ‘Instagrammable’ spots around every corner, there will be plenty of opportunities to get back to nature with guided walks and outdoor wellness classes, as well as 17 hectares of the beautiful Western Australian Botanic Garden to explore. If you love photography, make sure to take part in our Flowers in Focus photography competition for a chance to win prizes and have your image displayed in an outdoor exhibition in Kings Park.

Enjoy a guided walk through the WA Botanic Garden, Kings Park Bushland or Bold Park with our expert volunteers and staff, or get your native gardening tips at a Dig it with Coffee session run weekly during September. For a deeper look at the WA environment, you might like to tune into our informative science webinars hosted by passionate environmental scientists and conservationists

Join our friends at GoGo Active Tours on a wildflower bike tour and the crew at The Hike Collective for a ‘High Tea and Guided Hike’ through some of our wildflower hotspots.  

After all that sightseeing, you will be able to relax in the spring sunshine and enjoy acoustic music in several of our parkland precincts on select weekends.  

There will be so much to see and do in Kings Park this September and we are having a great time planning it for your enjoyment! 

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Each September, the Kings Park Festival presents an amazing spring displays of wildflowers. Photo: BGPA. Woven wildflowers were just as attractive as the real ones - 'Floral Regalia presented by Lotterywest' was a festival highlight. Photo: Ji Min. 'Seeds to superstars' exhibition showed a journey from a tiny seed to a blooming flower to immortalisation in art in a stunning outdoor display. Photo: Ji Min.. More than 25,000 native plants and hundreds of wildflower species were in bloom. About 30,000 plants were on display, including several new species planted in Kings Park for the first time such as threatened species Eucalyptus impensa and Eremophila species. Photo: J. Thomas. Live acoustic musicians, lawn games and deck chairs at the Botanic Base chill-out zone were enjoyed by thousands of people each weekend. Photo: J. Thomas. Visitors took part in a variety of activities, including yoga, meditation and tai chi classes. Photo: Soul Vida. Free guided walks, educational talks and displays were hugely popular. Photo: D. Blumer. Vistors were able to take a little piece of natural beauty home with native bouquets from our Festival Florist. Photo: BGPA. Made possible by the Friends of Kings Park and Lotterywest, this year’s Festival showcased the best of WA’s natural and cultural environments. We look forward to another wonderful Festival September in 2020. Photo: BGPA.


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