Kings Park

On any given day you can find Kings Park buzzing and alive with adults, children, birds, insects and native flora. One of the world’s largest inner city parks there is something for all ages to enjoy from children’s play areas to cafes, gallery shops and restaurants.

Kings Park is home to over 3,000 species of unique flora making it an attractive place for scientific research and public education.

Rich in history and culture Kings Park was known as Mooro Katta and Kaarta Gar-up by the aboriginal tribe “Whadjuk” who had camping sites and hunting grounds in the area.

Home to our State War Memorial located on Mount Eliza overlooking the beautiful Swan River. 40,000 people gather every year to attend The Anzac Day Dawn Service held on 25th April.

Make sure you go on the free guided walk.  Departing daily at 10am, 12pm and 2pm from Frazer Ave. See dates and time on the following links

http://www.bgpa.wa.gov.au/kings-park/events/walks-and-tours/free-guided-walks