A butterfly settles on a leaf near a pink blossom


Enjoy stunning images taken by Kings Park Guides

A sanctuary in the heart of the city for a mesmerising array of flora and fauna

  • Flowers

    Plants and Fungi
    Beautiful and unique flower species are one of the highlights of Kings Park, sourced from all parts of Western Australia.
    Flowers Image
  • Birak

    Birak is the first summer, roughly covering December and January.
    Birak Image
  • Birds

    Birds and Fauna
    Many birds visit Kings Park at different times of the year attracted by the large expanses of parkland and natural bushland.
    Birds Image
  • Discover Kings Park

    Kings Park Guides offer walks each day.
    Discover Kings Park Image
  • Memorials

    Memorials and Features
    Kings Park contains many important memorials relating to the history of Western Australia.
    Memorials Image
  • Bunuru

    Bunuru is the hottest time of the year with little to no rain. Hot easterly winds continue with a cooling sea breeze most afternoons – if you’re close to the coast.
    Bunuru Image
  • Walks by Request

    Companies and groups often choose customised walks with a particular theme and time for a small fee.
    Walks by Request Image
  • Fauna

    Birds and Fauna
    A wide variety of insects, some reptiles and small animals, can be seen in Kings Park.
    Fauna Image
  • Features

    Memorials and Features
    Attractive pavilions and other buildings, statues and artworks enhance a visit to Kings Park.
    Features Image
  • Djeran

    Djeran sees a break in the really hot weather. A key indicator is the cool nights that bring a dewy presence in the early mornings. The winds will also change, with light breezes generally swinging from southerly directions.
    Djeran Image
  • Themed walks

    Special themed walks are offered at certain times of the year to coincide with particular events or seasons.
    Themed walks Image
  • Makuru

    Makuru is the winter season, roughly June and July. Traditionally, this was a good time of year to move back inland from the coast as the winds turned to the west and south bringing the cold weather and rains.
    Makuru Image
  • Bushland and wildflowers

    In the Noongar seasons of Djilba and Kambarang (late winter and early spring) the bushland plants provide a wonderful display of colourful and unique flowers, providing an ideal time to take a guided walk on the Nature Trail.
    Bushland and wildflowers Image
  • Djilba

    Djilba is the beginning of spring and is usually August to September. This is the start of the massive flowering explosion in the South West beginning with yellow flowering plants such as the acacias.
    Djilba Image
  • Heart of the Park

    From July to October Guides offer a weekly walk through the Bushland, which takes about three hours.
    Heart of the Park Image
  • Water Views and Wilderness

    Longer walks that include Swan River views and bushland are offered during the late winter and spring.
    Water Views and Wilderness Image
  • Kambarang

    Kambarang is known as the season of birth and wildflowers. It equates to October and November.
    Kambarang Image