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Tailor your experience
There are many ways we can tailor walks in Kings Park and Botanic Garden to cater for groups with particular interests and requirements. Here are some walk suggestions:
Memorials and Memories
Enjoy the city panorama and the story of Kings Park.
Botanic Garden Treasures
An introduction to some highlights and hidden treasures in the Western Australian Botanic Garden.
Art in the Park
The park has many forms of art which are of great interest, including many mosaics and sculptures.
Discover plants that had practical uses for both Indigenous people and early settlers to Western Australia.
Walking with Women
Hear about some of the notable women, past and present, who are associated with Kings Park, from Aboriginal women and their use of plants for food and medicine, to pioneer women of the 1800s to the present day.
Spring is the best time to see marvellous displays of Western Australia’s unique wildflowers in the gardens and bushland.
Bushland Botanic Walk
Explore the gardens as well as venture into the bushland.
Ancient and Unusual
Set in May Drive Parkland, with good pathways and facilities, this walk focuses on prehistoric plants and animals.
Guides also lead sensory walks and walks with people experiencing mobility limitations.