Cycling is a great way to get around and see Kings Park. Cycling is permitted on all roads in Kings Park, but restricted to designated pedestrian / cycle paths only. Cyclists must abide by the WA Road Traffic Code 2000 and adhere to Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority Regulations, signs and directions – Penalties apply. Please ensure you are aware of the requirements.

Automated cycle hire is available in the Wadjuk Carpark and bike racks are located throughout Kings Park. Secure your bicycle with an anti-theft lock and take your valuables with you.

Cycling is not permitted in the following areas:

  • throughout the WA Botanic Garden
  • the Fraser Avenue Precinct around Aspects of Kings Park Gallery Shop and State War Memorial area
  • May Drive Parkland
  • Saw Avenue Picnic Area
  • Ivey Watson Playground, Lotterywest Family Area.

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Kings Park and Botanic Garden cycling map - email us at enquiries@bgpa.wa.gov.au or phone (+61 8) 9480 3600 if you require further assistance.

COVID-19

The Premier of Western Australia has announced that some transitional restrictions will apply until 12.01 am on Saturday 8 May 2021. As the situation evolves, the BGPA will continue to provide updates and make operational changes as needed.

Bold Park access disruption

A section of the Bridle Trail in Bold Park will be closed from the 12 May to 17 May 2021 due to maintenance works.

Lotterywest Family Area visitor disruption

Ivey Watson Playground will be closed from early June to late July 2021 to facilitate the Stickybeaks Cafe and Ivey Watson Playground upgrade works.

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Stickybeaks Cafe upgrade and Ivey Watson Playground refurbishment

Stickybeaks Cafe will soon feature a revamped exterior to offer Kings Park visitors an improved al fresco dining experience.

New pavilion for Kings Park

Construction of a new pavilion and small stage at Kings Park and Botanic Garden’s Exhibition Lawn will begin next month.

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.

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