Fraser Avenue Precinct
Wander or drive through the magnificent gums-lined Fraser Avenue into the major tourist and restaurant precinct of Kings Park.
Eat, shop and make memories in this bustling tourist hub.
Fraser Avenue and the surrounding visitor hub overlooks Perth city, the Swan and Canning Rivers and the Darling Range and Perth hills to the east.
It is not cheeky to say that is the best view in Perth! Head to Kaarta Gar-up Lookout to enjoy the panoramic views.
A short walk will take you to the State War Memorial and Western Australian Botanic Garden entrance.
Visit the State War Memorial
The State War Memorial of Western Australia stands as a reminder to the city of Western Australian servicemen and women who have lost their lives in battle from World War I to the present day.
Drop into the Visitor Information Centre
The Visitor Information Centre is open daily between 9.30 am and 4.00 pm (closed Christmas Day). Make the most of your visit to Kings Park with the help of the knowledgeable Kings Park Volunteer Guides who can assist with helpful advice, maps, trails and tours to suit your interests.
Take a free guided walk
Free guided walks depart daily at 10.00 am and 1.00 pm outside Aspects of Kings Park.
Shop at Aspects of Kings Park Gallery Shop
This is undoubtedly Perth’s best store for quality, contemporary Australian and Western Australian-made craft and design. Aspects of Kings Park Gallery Shop is not to be missed.
Enjoy a meal
With unbeatable views of Perth city and the Swan River, Fraser’s Restaurant offers a unique fine dining experience. The State Reception Centre, managed by Fraser’s Restaurant Group, provides a venue for community, corporate and government events accommodating up to 700 guests.
For a more casual dining experience, Botanical Cafe and the Kings Park Kiosk are located next to Fraser’s Restaurant and provide a relaxing breakfast or lunch spot.
Admire one of Australia’s great avenues
The majestic avenue of lemon-scented gums along Fraser Avenue gives visitors a breathtaking entrance to Kings Park.
If your time is limited, make a walk along Fraser Avenue your top priority.
Named after the second Surveyor-General of Perth, Malcolm Fraser, this century old tree-lined avenue is one of the most visited sites in Perth.