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We would like your feedback on the closure of Fraser Circle (located off Fraser Avenue).

From 15 May - 12 June, Kings Park will be trialling the closure of Fraser Circle, located in the Fraser Avenue Precinct.

This closure will not restrict access to the park, Fraser Avenue, main entry routes or Wadjuk Car Park.

Fraser Circle is a short off-shoot from Fraser Avenue that lies alongside Fraser's Restaurant. As part of the Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority's Movement Network Strategy, we are evaluating the benefits to the safety and enjoyment of pedestrians achieved by prioritising this heavily foot-trafficked space for walkers.


ACROD bays remain available in Wadjuk Car Park. Affected coaster buses for aged and infirm visitors are invited to park in the Wadjuk Car Park set down area for the length of their visit.


During this four-week trial we invite your feedback on the closure. Have your say in our survey before Monday, 12 June 2023.

More information

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