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

  • Birak

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

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