Walks and Tours
Kings Park and Botanic Garden offers a range of walks and commercial tours to appeal to visitors of all interests and abilities.
Cycling is also a great way to tour the park with bike racks provided at various locations.
We strongly recommend you contact the individual providers for the most up-to-date information.
Aboriginal Cultural experiences and tours are now available in Kings Park by experienced and knowledgeable tour operators.
Kings Park's free daily guided walks are led by the knowledgeable Kings Park Volunteer Guides.
Self-guided walks are also available for visitors to experience Kings Park and its walking trails at their own pace.
Mindful in Nature offers guided forest therapy walks in various locations in Western Australia.
GoGo Active Tours offers guided cycling tours around some of Perth’s most picturesque places.
Go on a combination hike, highlighting the best trails in Kings Park and Botanic Garden.
Spinway WA provides automated bike hire in Kings Park and Botanic Garden. Visitors can use a credit card to hire a standard adult-sized bicycle from an automated kiosk.
Segway Tours WA offers tours with commentary in Kings Park and Botanic Garden, which take in the park’s beautiful native flora and fauna.
The Perth Explorer (previously City Sightseeing) operates a hop on/hop off bus in Kings Park that features Fraser Avenue, Roe Gardens and May Drive Parklands.
Book school holiday programs, community workshops and learning experiences for everyone.
Explore hidden Kings Park locations at your own pace.
Walk among the treetops and enjoy spectacular views of the city skyline on the Lotterywest Federation Walkway.
The Kokoda Track Memorial Walk is a tribute to the bravery of Australian troops who fought through atrocious conditions and against vastly superior numbers in the Papua New Guinea campaign of July 1942 - January 1943.
The DNA Tower derives its name from the deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) double-helix molecule, which is found in all cells and control the development of life.
Sick children and their families can now take a much-needed respite from Perth Children's Hospital grounds and immerse themselves in the Kings Park bushland.