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Experience Perth Kings Park Tours

Explore top-rated Kings Park, Perth tours and tickets to visit one of the largest and most stunning inner city parks in the world. Overlooking the Perth City and the tranquil blue waters of the Swan River, the popular and picturesque attraction boasts an outstanding collection of Western Australian flora and is a popular place for picnics, walks and cultural and ceremonial events. Kings Park and Botanic Garden attracts more than 6 million people every year and is the perfect getaway from bustling city life. Take in the colorful boat sails from a great vantage point and explore 400.6 hectares of cultivated gardens and untamed bushland. Discover the rich aboriginal and European history on guided walks, explore the memorials, statues and honour avenues, and visit the gallery shops and restaurants. Book at the earliest for the best rates!
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Our tips for Kings Park

  • Footwear Comfort. Opt for comfortable shoes when exploring Kings Park, particularly if you intend to traverse its diverse trails and gardens.
  • Weather Awareness. Prior to your visit, check the weather forecast and dress accordingly. Given Perth's propensity for warm temperatures, it's wise to employ sun protection like hats and sunscreen.
  • Hydration and Snacks. Ensure you stay hydrated, especially during warmer days, by bringing a reusable water bottle. Consider packing snacks for a pleasant picnic in one of the designated areas.
  • Visitor Center Guidance. Commence your Kings Park visit at the Visitor Centre, where you can obtain maps, details about guided tours, and updates on any special events or closures.
  • Wildflower Discovery. For those fascinated by wildflowers, schedule your visit during spring (September to November) to witness the captivating wildflower displays in Kings Park.

Good to know

Kings Park, situated on the western periphery of Perth's central business district, spans about 4.06 square kilometers (1,003 acres), making it one of the largest inner-city parks globally. Within the park lies the State War Memorial, a tribute to Western Australians who sacrificed their lives in service to their country. Notable features of the memorial include the revered Eternal Flame and the contemplative Court of Contemplation. The park is renowned for its remarkable biodiversity, hosting over 3,000 species of indigenous plants and approximately 80 bird species, some of which are exclusive to this region. During the summer, Kings Park becomes the venue for "Movies by Burswood," an al fresco cinema event where patrons can delight in films beneath the stars, with the captivating Perth cityscape forming a picturesque backdrop.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: What is the best time to visit Kings Park Perth?

    Kings Park can be visited throughout the year. But the park is especially magnificent in September as the wildflowers are in full bloom.

  • Q: How do I get around?

    Located just 1.5km from Perth CBD, Kings Park and Botanic Garden is readily accessible by public transport. Transperth bus route 37 travels from St Georges Terrace right into the heart of the Park at the Fraser Avenue Precinct.

  • Q: What are the must-visit attractions in Kings Park?

    Prominent points of interest encompass the State War Memorial, the Western Australian Botanic Garden, the Lotterywest Federation Walkway, the DNA Tower, and the Rio Tinto Naturescape.

  • Q: Any tips for saving money on Kings Park tour?

    Book months in advance for the best rates. A quick research online will show you the latest deals and discounts to be enjoyed. It is always more sensible to book online than onsite.

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