Kings Park

Located overlooking the Perth Water and Central Business district, the park offers visitors a mixture of green spaces and a visit to the botanical gardens. In addition, the park has breath-taking views over the Swan River and the Darling Range.

The park hosts 324 native plants, 215 indigenous fungi and 80 different bird types. It’s the most visited site in all Western Australia, attracting over 5 million visitors annually. The park is known for its historical monuments like the War Memorial. The streets leading to it are lined by trees with plaques of service people who fought and lost their lives in WW1 and WW2.

The park is home to an extensive flora, both native and introduced. Moreover, every September hosts the annual Kings Park Wildflower show and festival. The park was an important ceremonial and cultural place for the Whadjuk Pride, who used the park as a campsite and hunting ground.