Book your Perth Tours
Perth City Skyline Pedal
10 Day Perth to Adelaide Adventure Tour
Boab, Bikes & Bees – Discovering Wildflowers Bike Tour Kings Park
Swan Valley Wine Tour – Half Day
Full Day Swan Valley Wine Tour
Perth Mint Live Gold Pour and Fremantle
Half Day Perth & Fremantle Highlights
Perth, Kings Park, Swan River, Fremantle and optional cruise
The Romance Package For Two
Swan Valley & Wildlife Park Tour
1 Day Pinnacles Sunset Dinner & Stargazing Tour
Perth – Arcades & Laneways
Kings Park and Botanical Garden is the largest inner city park in the world. It showcases many of Western Australia’s flora and is a popular destination for walks, picnic, ceremonial, and cultural events.
There are many things that you can do in Kings Park and Botanical Gardens. You can have a picnic with your family or friends or relax and take in the magnificent view of Perth and much more.
Enjoy the Views
You can admire the panoramic view and learn about the diversity of flora in Western Australia. Discover the rich history while going along the Lottery west Federation Walkway.
Explore the Play Areas
Visit the many play areas in the Park that include Lottery west Family Area, the Saw Avenue Picnic Area, and May Drive Parkland.
Events and Festivals
Kings Park host many summer events that include movie, outdoor concerts, and theatres in April.
You can Marvel at the many garden areas when you visit the Western Australian Botanic Gardens. You can learn more about the native varieties and even purchase your very own at the Kings Park Native Plant Sale.
Enjoy the fauna and flora while you are at the location. You will find colourful wildflowers, ancient animals and over 70 bird species and many other wonders that may catch your eye.
Climb the DNA Tower
You can climb the DNA Tower that has 101 steps that spiral. When you reach the top you will see the spectacular view of Perth, Kings Park and Botanic Garden, Swan River, and even Rottnest Island.
You can indulge in retail therapy at the Aspect of King’s gallery shop. The proceeds will be used to conserve the works of the Gardena and to support Australian artists.