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The view of Perth skyline and Swan River is just breathtaking. You should also come at night as it provides a different vista than the day. The ground is well maintained and facilities like toilets and drinking fountains are dotted around. Take your time to...More
It is relaxing & beautiful place to visit. Lots of beautiful flowers & to learn more about natives flora... Overlooking Perth City and Swan River, it is breathe taking. On our visit to the park, it was Remembrance Day, the field was filled with poppy flowers!...More
I never get tired of this place. Its simply gorgeous. Free entry and free parking, its perfect to have a day out. The cafe does lovely food and drink and the park offers amazing views of the city and its surrounds. Theres so much to...More
The park and botanic gardens at Kings Park should be a must do for any visitor to Perth. The war memorial is a good starting point with lovely panorama's across the Swann River to the CBD. The botanic gardens are really pretty especially in wild...More
My Wife and our 7 month old had a wonderful day out in Kings Park. We walked from the city, had a picnic lunch near the war memorial and a lovely walk around the gardens after lunch - before walking back into town.
Kings Park is a lovely place for a visit any time of the year but spring means that many flowers add to the appeal. There are many paths to follow and the signage is clear and informative. .There are also guided walks. Allow plenty of...More
Kings Park was worth visiting during my time exploring Perth.
The park offers some interesting views of the surrounding areas and contains interesting plants and trees. My favourite thing was the boab tree that had been transported from the Kimberley region in the North.