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Allen Green Conservatory
The pyramid-shaped Allen Green Conservatory contains a collection of tropical plants.


Burswood Park
A public park with plenty of trails and places to picnic. The park foreshore runs along the Swan River. The Heritage trail tells the story of Western Australia. All the attractions and facilities are free. Resort Drive, Burswood.

Botanic Gardens
The Botanic Gardens are just beyond the War Memorial in King's Park. King's Park.

Botanic Gardens

Kings Park
Opened in 1872 it has developed as a beautiful park in the centre of Perth and extends to 400 hectares. The tree-lined Fraser Avenue leads to the heart of this 400-hectare park, where the War Memorial stands. The trees beside the road are karri, native to the state of Western Australia. The War Memorial is impressive in itself, but it also stands at the point where there is a magnificent view down over the whole of the city centre. There are lots of paths and view points. The Lotterywest Federation Walkway provides a walk through the treetops. Start at the Lord Forrest Statue on Fraser Avenue.

Kings Park

Whiteman Park
A large park of over 4000 hectares with most protected as a conservation reserve. Plenty of native wildlife to observe. Lord Street, West Swan (08 9249 2446).


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