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Kings Park & Botanic Garden

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The park cultivates over 13,000 species of Western Australian plants and contains one of the world's largest areas of natural bush land close to a city.
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Fraser Ave | West Perth, Perth, Western Australia 6005, Australia
+61 8 9480 3600
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Reviewed yesterday

This is a wonderful place to visit. Beautiful views and a must see for anybody travelling from overseas or interstate. Good food areas and lots of playgrounds for children. History, botanical areas and a good walking area.

Thank Jo S
Reviewed yesterday

What could be more beautiful than Kings Park in spring time! We went yesterday and there were lots of people having picnics and the cafes were bustling with happy visitors enjoying the sunshine. The Botanical Garden has lots of brightly coloured everlastings, wild freesias and...More

Thank Linda B
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Beautiful scenery and this time of the year is the best time to visit- wild flowers are out and trees are blooming. Spend a few hours and go for walk to the memorial that overlooks the view of the city, the hanging bridge where you...More

Thank Gracie515
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We spent the whole day here exploring and had a fabulous time. If you walk directly down from the DNA tower in the lawn area you will hit a HUGE playground, beware though it is a long walk for little ones, a pusher/pram is recommended.

Thank Renee E
Reviewed yesterday

This is one of the most breathtaking views of a city I have seen. The park is beautifully maintained and the views are magnificent both day time and evening, Definitely a must see destination if visiting Perth.

Thank Ted P
Reviewed yesterday

The number one tourist destination in Western Australia is Kings Park, and it is easy to see why. Located within walking distance from the Perth city centre, Kings Park is the largest inner city park in the world, occupying 400 hectares of parkland, botanic garden...More

Thank GeorginaWilson
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Lovely place to walk through and with views looking over Perth and Swan River. I loved the never ending flame for the war memorial.

1  Thank Racheenz
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

This is one of the most wonderful places I have ever been! I wish I could spend some hours walking there every day! Lot of space! Lot of green! Breathtaking viewpoints and landscapes!!

Thank Eduardo F
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Kings park is extensive. It has great variety and a great view of Perth. Take a picnic and wander around. It is on the Cat route so easy to access. It is also free.

Thank kirklees
Reviewed 3 days ago

This is a wonderful place to visit with so much to see. The views over the city are incredible and the park is very well maintained. There are beautiful trees, wildflowers, war memorial, tree top walkway and much more

Thank anniestravelreviews
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17 July 2018|
Response from Robima05 | Reviewed this property |
There’s a great kids section in the south part of the park.
28 March 2018|
Response from BetsyBoothroyd | Reviewed this property |
Sorry again; I was right in the first place, DNA Tower is in Kings Park.
jess b
26 March 2018|
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Response from Budz1949 | Reviewed this property |
Yes , dogs must be on lead.