What’s happening in parks this week

Now is the perfect time to get your friends and family out in nature and get active in our WA parks.

There are so many things to do – whether you enjoy an afternoon picnic, wanting to relax and take in the magnificent surrounding, or perhaps you feel like something more organised? We’ve found some events and activities happening across parks this weekend to help get you started!

Photo: Kings Park

Kings Park Festival

The Festival runs 1 – 30 September and will host an extravaganza of events and activities for art lovers, garden gurus, keen conservationists and enthusiasts of our beautiful environment
When:  1 – 30 September
Where: Kings Park and Botanical Gardens
Cost: Free

Hidden Treasures Bloom Festival

The event introduces visitors to the wonders of the Great Southern including their magnificent wildflowers, natural attractions such as the Stirling Range, Fitzgerald and Porongurup National Parks, award-winning wines and locally grown foods, open gardens in full bloom, train rides and whale-watching along the coast.
When:  22 September – 21 October
Where: Albany – Stirling Range, Fitzgerald and Porongurup National Parks
Cost: Free entry

Walk and Talk with the Fitzgerald River National Park Rangers

Walk & Talk with the rangers of the Fitzgerald River National Park as they take you on a guided walk along part of the Hakea Trail. A great opportunity to walk with like-minded people and take in the stunning scenery and whilst learning about this UNESCO listed Biodiversity hotspot.
When: 22 September at 9am
Where: West Beach carpark near Cave Point, Fitzgerald River National Park
Cost: $5

Perry Lakes ParkRun

Perry Lakes parkrun is a free, weekly, timed 5 km run, jog or walk along the reserve.
When: Starts 29 September at 8am
Where: Perry Lakes
Cost: Free