Kings Park and Botanic Garden in Perth Australia offers organic beauty and tranquility at its finest. The park is 400.6 hectares of organically gorgeous scenery with lush bush lands full of 319 different species of native plants and 80 unique bird species. Kings Park and Botanic Garden is the perfect location for sightseeing, walks, picnics, and special occasions. Take yourself through trails woven through the wilderness or set up a guided tour. Make yourself one of the more than six million people to visit Kings Park and Botanic Garden this year.
##Perth Kings Park
Perth Kings Park: Kings Park is the largest free park in Perth. It can't be seen in a short half-day, so we choose directly The botanical gardens are the focus. There are many colorful parrots and crows, as well as a variety of birds that can't be named. They can be heard cheerfully, and there are all kinds of silver birch that are unheard of in Western Australia. And the plants of the Jaco wood class will bloom in various forms and colors, and they all grow beautifully. So we took more than six o'clock from four in the afternoon and almost lost.
Crows in the Kings Park
In addition to this, there is a monument to the 1915 Australian New Army who participated in the World War II and the torch that will never go out. The viewing platform behind the monument overlooks the entire Perth and Swan River and has a vast view.
King Park overlooking Perth
Transport: If you want to go to Kings Park, there are 935 cars in the city that can be directly connected and free of charge. It is the King's Park, where to get off the car, you can sit back to the city, remember to ask the driver to go to the Kings Park before getting on the bus, we waited for the three 935 cars, only one car is going to Kings Park. Or pay attention to the display of the front of the car, with the car number 935 and the terminal KING'S PARK sitting at the end.
Returning to the urban area, returning to the human world, today I have to come to the card because of the rain that I did not go into. Kings Park is the perfect place to see the panorama of Perth. There are green spaces, botanical gardens, uncultivated forests, a variety of birds and western wildflowers. In addition, there is a National War Memorial in the Kings Park. Before the monument, everyone silently observed, no one spoke loudly. From the top of the mountain, we can see the docks and boats that we used to take to the Perth Zoo, and we can see the continuous highway. The air here is very fresh, so I like the feeling of breathing. I can see the birds passing by the head at any time. They are not afraid of people. There is a glass suspension bridge in the park, and the scenery from the bridge is particularly good.
The tree-lined path along the Elizabeth Pier can pass through this area and feel the air is quiet, completely imagining that it is now in the middle of the city. This laid-back environment may have made me fall in love with the city. I have an idea here. The idea of living here is not the satisfaction of people.
From the Kings Park overlooking the city that just woke up in the morning and the night view of Perth. Of course, when you have a good time at other times, go there and have a picnic with the locals. It is also a good place to experience the Australian style. This park is a free park and is the largest park in the southern hemisphere of the world, with an area of 400 hectares. Standing on some of the undulating heights of this park, you can see the city of Perth. The beautiful Swan River divides Perth into two parts, making the city both ancient and "live" in another area. Creating a city is always so vibrant.
There is also the State War Memorial in the Kings Park. Behind the monument is a torch that never goes out (the ugly picture is not seen), in order to commemorate the soldiers who died in the war, the annual ANZAC Festival ( On April 25th, a grand commemoration will be held here. I took the tripod with this trip to the night scene, which overlooks the entire city of Swan Lake.