War memorial, Botanic Garden with lots of flower, good scenic view of Perth city. Worth visiting!
Kings Park is located in the largest world-class urban park on the western edge of Perth, covering an area of 4.06 square kilometers. It is the best place to view the panorama of Perth, the capital of Western Australia. The park has green spaces, botanical gardens, birds and wild flowers in the west. Every September, King's Park holds Australia's largest wild flower exhibition. The park is also a busy city dweller, a good place for family-sized leisure. People in twos and threes, walking, running, reading, picnic, photography, or lying on the grass looking up at the blue sky and white clouds, have to lament the happiness of the people of Western Australia. Address: Kings Park, Fraser Ave, West Perth Australia 6005 Australian mode of arrival: Take bus No. 37 or No. 39 in the city to open time: Parks and botanical gardens are open all day. The opening hours of the Aboriginal Museum of Culture and Art are from 10:30 to 16:30 on Monday to Friday, and from 11:00 to 16:00 on Saturdays and Sundays. Suggested length of play: 2 hours
Kings Park is a good place for walking, relaxation and sightseeing. If you have good physical strength, you can bring sandwiches and drinks to enjoy nature here. Kings Park is said to be the largest city park in the Southern Hemisphere. We are going to visit the rare animals and plants in it. Traffic Tips: Blue Cat Bus: Get off at Station 20, Red Cat Bus: Get off at Station 26, turn right and walk about 500 meters, then you can see the winding stairs to Kings Park. The park is located in the largest world-class urban park on the western edge of Perth, covering an area of 4.06 square kilometers. The park has green space, botanical gardens, uncultivated forests, various birds and Western wildflowers. If you're a plant or bird lover, it's also good to walk through bushes. The Park Hill is the best place to look at the panoramic view of Perth. There is a place for visitors to rest in the park. They can buy snacks and hot drinks. It's very pleasant to stay here for a whole day.
Back to the city, back to the human world, today when the coming time because of the rain did not go to the attractions card. King's Park is the best place to see the Perth panorama. There are green areas, botanical gardens, uncultivated forests, birds and wild flowers in the west. In addition, King's Park also has the National War Monument (State War Memorial). In front of the solemn monument, everyone looks up silently and nobody speaks loudly. From the top of the hill, we can see the pier and boats we used to go to Perth Zoo by boat. We can see the continuous highway. The air here is very fresh. I like the feeling of breathing. Birds can be seen flying overhead at any time. They are not afraid of people. There is a glass suspension bridge in the park. The view from the bridge is very good.
King Perth Park is on a hillside beside the city. It's a wonderful place to overlook the whole Perth landscape. In King's Park, you can see not only the winding Swan River and skyscrapers gathering in the streets, but also South Perth. The scenery is very beautiful. In addition to overlooking the beautiful scenery, the various plants in King's Park are also very attractive. In this park, according to the geographical location, they are planted with the unique plants of different regions, which makes people seem to have walked into the botanical gardens of different regions in Australia. Visitors can see the exotic flowers and trees of Australia. Many plants and flowers that are not named as the first time they are very beautiful, and they are really worth visiting. King Park has a direct bus, tickets are not expensive and there are many flights. If there is a free parking lot in the park, you must go to King Park to Perth.
King's Park is the largest urban park in Perth and one of the most important tourist attractions in Perth. The park has a large area and beautiful scenery beside the mountains and seas. You can see the Perth Financial District and the beautiful Atlantic Ocean from a distance. The broad and smooth green lawn here is a good place for vacation, leisure and exercise.
Great view and natural beauty, you can see the whole Perth city. The park is too big for us to play in half a day. We are going to have another night to see the night scenery. The parking lot is big and free. It's really great.
Simply gorgeous park, very well maintained, and very informative. It’s a great location with beautiful views as well. I’d say this is a must see if you’re visiting Perth! The walkways are very scenic and the flowers are in full bloom in late September. They had some art out as well. If you love nature and pretty things you’ll love this. Also, the gift shop is cute and has fun artsy items in it. Parking might get tight on the weekends when it’s more crowded so be prepared to circle for a spot a few times before finding one. I’d go again anytime!
No tickets, not far from the city. We'll take a red cat and walk a little way. There are many kinds of plants, and the design of the park is very good. Water garden fountains are also interesting. It is suggested to take your time.
Perth is called the world's most lonely city - quot; because it is far away, and there is no city around it, it is the last oasis city at the end of Western Australia. I came to Perth with curiosity, only to find that there is Australia's most brilliant sunshine, the most modern skyscrapers, a small fresh pastoral scenery, a vast expanse of desert sand, as well as the boundless blue sky and blue sea... Goodbye, Perth; goodbye, beautiful loneliness! __________ We'll have some time later!