The 2020 Kings Park Festival during September will amaze and entertain with exhibitions, walks and talks, native gardening and more. We have marked the best spots to see the wildflowers on our map. 

Kings Park and Botanic Garden actively encourages visitors to be TravelSmart. Located just 1.5 km from the CBD, Kings Park and Botanic Garden is easily accessible by public transport. Call Transperth on 13 62 13 or visit their website for more information.

Minor road closures and detours are sometimes in place during the Kings Park Festival. Drop-off zones are located outside major venues. Free parking is available in car parks and along verges in Kings Park. Please adhere to parking signs and do not park on the lawns, over curbs or on footpaths.

Download a copy before your visit or use the Wi-Fi at the Visitor Information Centre.

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Map of Kings Park showing the location of major 2020 Kings Park Festival events, exhibitions and visitor facilities and amenities.

Anzac Day access

Access to Kings Park will be significantly restricted due to Anzac Day services on Sunday 25 April, 2021.

Kings Park access disruption

Part of the Western Path between Monash Avenue and Aberdare Road will be closed from Monday, 8 February 2021 due to construction works on The Kids’ Bridge, pedestrian detours will be in place.

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Controlled fire planned for Kings Park

As part of a long-term research project, a controlled fire is planned to take place in Kings Park on one day between late April and mid May 2021.

Students celebrate Noongar culture

Four hundred students and teachers flocked to Kings Park and Botanic Garden last week for the first Noongar Boodja Six Seasons mini festival for 2021.

Mindfulness in Kings Park

The Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority is pleased to welcome a new experience provider to Kings Park, Mindful in Nature.

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