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We are excited to present the 2018 Kings Park Festival which is celebrating 'The Greatest Show on Earth' during September.
Western Australian wildflowers will form the stunning backdrop to a month long of fun for all the family.
With so many beautiful WA wildflower species in flower, it can be difficult to see them all.
Pop into Aspects of Kings Park Gallery Shop in the first week of September and enjoy 50 species up close and personal.
With chill-out zones, acoustic musicians and outdoor games, pack a picnic and enjoy an afternoon among the wildflowers in Kings Park this September.
Stunning landscape photography by David Bettini and wildflower images on display in outdoor exhibitions.
Intricate floral displays and designs in Aspects of Kings Park Gallery Shop.
There's a lot to love at this year's Kings Park Festival.
From tai chi to meditation and yoga to high-energy fitness sessions, we've got your wellness covered in September.
Join us at May Drive Parkland with our wellness experts and enjoy the serenity of spring while improving your fitness.
From delicate blossoms to bold flowers and spectacular seeds to fabulous foliage, Kings Park and Botanic Garden is bursting with colour and texture this spring.
Admire the wildflowers and learn more about Western Australia's incredible biodiversity!
Join us for a spring stroll with the experts in Kings Park and Bold Park.
Most events are free but places are limited. Register for your favourite walks now!
Take a little piece of Kings Park home with you from our Festival Florist to purchase a bunch of wildflowers.
Don’t miss the largest native plant sale of the year on 15 and 16 September, thanks to the Friends of Kings Park.
Road closures will take place in Kings Park and Bold Park on Sunday 26 August 2018 due to the Chevron City to Surf for Activ run event.
Kings Park is delighted to welcome 'Boorna Waanginy: The Trees Speak' back in February 2019. The landmark event, which launched the 2017 Perth Festival in February last year, captivated 110,000 people over three magical nights.
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