Food and Beverage
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, Poolgarla 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.
With a reputation for fine dining, Fraser's Restaurant is known for its consistency in providing award winning food, wine and service in a contemporary atmosphere.
Diners at the Botanical Cafe enjoy quality food, featuring local produce and specially selected Australian wines, at an affordable price.
Kings Park Kiosk
The Kings Park Kiosk offers spectacular views over the City of Perth and caters to park visitors who are looking for a takeaway meal, coffee or ice cream.
Koorak Cafe (formerly Stickybeaks Cafe) is the ideal place for young families to meet and enjoy delicious food while the children play in the Ivey Watson Playground.
Zamia Cafe enjoys a casual but striking setting overlooking the lake and picnic areas of the May Drive Parkland with excellent food and service.
Located in the May Drive Parkland, the Bovell Kiosk opens during busy periods on the weekends and school holidays.
Kings Park and Botanic Garden is a beautiful setting for a family picnic or barbecue, with many ideal locations found throughout the parklands.