Only minutes walk from central Perth, this park offers a tranquil respite from the city. With a vast area of parkland and ... More
Kings Park & Botanic Garden
Only minutes walk from central Perth, this park offers a tranquil respite from the city. With a vast area of parkland and natural bush to explore, visitors can enjoy numerous activities and vistas. Savor the extensive city and river views while lunching at Fraser's Restaurant or the Kings Park Tearooms. Hire a bike, take a tram tour or join a free guided walk. An evening visit proves spectacular.
the things i liked about kings park were that it was so peaceful and natural with many different types and colours of flowers, i liked looking out onto the lake and seeing all the skyscrapers of perth i looked so spectacular
if u like green kings park is the place to be! as soon as you step in u forget u in perth. really good especially in summer and great for pinics with friends. but would have like if there were more things to see.
but its reaaly relaxing!
try it out !!!!!
I love perth and I always bring my friends from overseas to see the legendary Kings Park & Botanic Garden First! My memory of perth is so romantic..that I never forget in my life, although I'm in Jakarta,Indonesia now.
The atmosphere is fulled with peace and serenity,yet is placid enough to allow the kids to run around in the playground annomonsly.Absolutely perfect and isn't overcrowed like many other tourist attractions in Oz.
Indiana's oldest zoo, Mesker Park Zoo & Botanic Garden extends over 70 acres and has more than 625 animals from
200 species living in natural habitats surrounded by exotic plants, wildflowers, and trees. Children will love the Enchanted Forest, ...
Established in the 1930s by youth volunteers, Araluen Botanic Park is a superb botanic parkland in the hills area. Surrounded
by tall forests, it has spectacular terraced gardens, waterfalls and rock pools. There are picnic, barbecue and restaurant facilities ...
Opened in 1845, this is the city's oldest garden. Originally planted in fruit trees, Stirling Gardens was later transformed into
a larger botanical garden. This larger area is now called the Supreme Court Gardens encompassing the original site, the ...