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Kings Park

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One of the largest inner city parks in the world and located within a short walk from the Perth CBD is Kings Park, the gem of Perth's tourism industry. This park spans a huge area and is sure to impress anyone who visits.

Kings Park

With everything you could possibly want from a park including kid's playgrounds, natural bush land, manicured garden to heritage walks and spectacular events. This park is more than just a tourism place; it is popular with the cities locals too. You will often see weddings, school balls, family photos and reunions taking place within one of the many public spaces in this beautiful park.

Kings Park is special for more than just its looks; it has a location that can't be matched. Up high, overlooking the sparkling lights of the city and the deep blue of the swan river, you get a panoramic view of all of Perth metropolitan are from one of the many viewing towers in the park. On a clear day you can see all the way to the outlying hills and back to the Indian Ocean.

Kings Park

The Federation Walk includes a walkway above the tree tops where you can watch the bush land below. The Federation Walk is a fascinating step into aboriginal history and its relationship to Kings Park. The park has always been an important spiritual place to the Aboriginal people, and in their stories it was the birthplace of the Swan River.

For the energetic, King's park has lots of different walking and cycling trails which is a great way to experience the peace and quiet of the natural bush. For a free guided tour just meet the wonderful staff at the meeting points where you can embark on an educational exploration of the beautiful scenery.
During the summer wonderful concerts, festivals and movie nights are held to entertain, excite and enlighten.

 
 

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