Feature Event: Kings Park Botanicals and Beyond
Discover and explore the lush green heart of Perth on a 7km guided journey through the world’s largest inner-city Park, Kings Park & Botanic Gardens, and dive deeper into the wilderness of this incredible destination, to go beyond the botanicals.
From a powerful place of reflection of war heroes lost to the home of ancient trees towering woodlands and amazing floral delights, your guided trail will uncover the deepest roots of this iconic, historic park.
You will hike through the treetops along the Federation Walkway, observe the striking artwork celebrating the centenary of Federation, the magnificent trees of the Swan Coastal Plain and Aboriginal culture. Be in awe of Gija Jumulu, the 750-year-old Boab tree that journeyed thousands of kilometers to be a focal point of the park.
You will enjoy the magnificent, breath-taking views of the Swan River and city backdrop along the Mt Eliza escarpment, along with the abundance of springtime flora as you walk through the beautifully manicured gardens and into the protected bushland of native flora heaven to witness orchids, banksias, and more in their natural habitat.
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This event is supported by the WA Parks Foundation as part of Spring into Parks.