Kings Park and Botanic Garden provides for various eating styles, from casual kiosk, to sit down cafe, to an award winning restaurant. Whichever option you choose, you can be guaranteed beautiful surroundings to make your meal an enjoyable event.

Visitors are welcome to use the free barbecues at the Pines Picnic Area, May Drive Parkland, Lotterywest Family Area or Saw Avenue Picnic Area or enjoy their own picnic on the manicured lawns. Please note that portable barbecues are not permitted due to safety reasons.

Kings Park and Botanic Garden is protected as an A class reserve. Please help us conserve our parkland and bushland areas by limiting rubbish and not feeding the wildlife. We encourage all visitors to take their rubbish home and recycle. Alternatively, rubbish bins are located in all barbecue areas and adjacent to food outlets within the busy, tourism precincts.

Group bookings are required to contact the Bookings Officer and conditions apply.

Concert traffic interruptions

Road and carpark closures will occur in Kings Park and Botanic Garden until April 2018 due to concert events.

Earth Hour 2018

All lights in Kings Park and Botanic Garden not directly related to a concert performance, public safety and security will be turned off during Earth Hour, which begins at 8.30 pm on Saturday, 24 March 2018.

Read all notices ...

Family fun in April holidays

From creeks to forts and perfect picnic spots, there is more than enough to fill a whole day of exploring in Kings Park these April school holidays. It's all fun and all free!

New program for little kids

For the little nature lovers aged three - five years we have a brand new 'Zippy Dragonfly's Kings Park Adventures' community program with family friendly fun in the beautiful surrounds of Rio Tinto Naturescape Kings Park.

Read all news ...

Read about weather and warnings ...

All events …