Fan Flower (Scaevola sp.). Photo: Qui Chris Huynh There are so many ways to be part of the Kings Park Festival this September. Book into a guided walk, enjoy the spring sunshine at the Botanic Base, enter a competition, like us on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter or subscribe to our e-newsletter to keep up with the latest Festival news.

Flowers in Focus

Do you fancy yourself a photographer? If the answer is yes, send us your best photograph of a magical Western Australian wildflower for your chance to win fantastic prizes for our Flowers in Focus photography competition. The best images will be displayed in an outdoor exhibition in Kings Park this spring.

Tribe logoThe grand prize is a one night accommodation package at Tribe Perth in West Perth.

Other prizes include gift vouchers for Aspects of Kings Park gallery shop and a personal behind-the-scenes tour of Kings Park.

The Flowers in Focus photography competition is open to all student, amateur or professional photographers and aims to promote the uniqueness and beauty of Western Australia’s diverse flora – especially our wildflowers.

There are plenty of plant species in flower in Kings Park and Bold Park through winter, not to mention a plethora of species that can be seen right across our great State. So, start snapping!

This competition has now closed and the winners have been announced.

Visitor reminder

Under BGPA Regulations, an infringement may be issued if the driver of a vehicle does not remain within Kings Park's boundaries.

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Traditional start for new project

A smoking ceremony, led by Nyoongar statesman Dr Richard Walley on 17 September 2018, has helped prepare for an important new project in Kings Park.

Flowers in Focus winners

Thank you to everyone who entered our Flowers in Focus photography competition during the 2018 Kings Park Festival. The winners have been announced.

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