Burn off some steam, see stunning city and river views and gawp at an ancient gnarled tree in Kings Park Perth.
Just a few minutes from the city centre, Kings Park is a must-see if you’re coming to Perth.
So what can you do?
Head to Naturescape to learn all about the local Perth environment. Kids will love climbing the ropes and dipping their toes in the creek on a hot day. Be sure to visit the Synergy Playground so kids can slide down the fireman’s pole or scramble over the giant stone crocodile.
Take a walk on the raised walkway that towers many metres above the ground; it’s here that visitors will see the stunning city and Swan River views that everyone raves about at Kings Park.
Step inside the delightful Western Australian Botanic Garden and marvel at the thousands of native plants of the region, many not found anywhere else on the planet. A must-see is the giant strangely shaped boab tree thought to be in the region of seven hundred and fifty years old.
Remember fallen soldiers at the State War Memorial and contemplate world peace as you stare into the flame of the everlasting light. It’s here where up to forty thousands Perth locals gather every Anzac Day for the traditional dawn service. Take your time to explore the bushland walking trails, traditional gardens and vast expanses of green grass.