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Kings Park occupies a 1,000-acre (400-hectare) space right next to Perth’s central business district. It’s home to the stunning State Botanical Gardens, huge trees, large tracts of native scrubland, attractions for kids, cafés, a gift shop, barbecue areas and the State War Memorial.
Start with visiting the 44.5-acre (12-hectare) State Botanic Gardens to gaze at wildflowers from Western Australia and beyond. Check out the odd shape of the big, 750-year-old boab tree. Enjoy spectacular views of the city and Swan River from the hill with the Wishing Well, or climb the 101 steps of the DNA Tower to reach the highest point in the park. The 50-foot (15-meter) high tower, in the shape of a double-helix molecule, represents the development of life.
There’s plenty of space for kids to run and play and there are many barbecue areas around. Check out Synergy Parkland playground with life-sized statues of now-extinct Australian megafauna or visit the Lotterywest Family Area, specifically designed for children under the age of six. Kids will discover the insect world at the Saw Avenue picnic area and can clamber over rocks in the bushland of Naturescape.
Visit the State War Memorial to see the eternal flame and monument to those killed in Australia’s military conflicts. Take the Fraser Avenue Ceremonial Walk to admire the landscaped gardens and commemorative plaques.
Stroll along the Federation Walkway among towering eucalyptus trees or enjoy the longer Bushland Nature Trail that goes through almost untouched native forest. Another great track is the Boodja Gnarning Walk. Dedicated to the Nyoongar Aboriginal tribe, this walk’s name translates to “living off the land” and the signs explain the practical and spiritual significance of the landscape.
Stop by the park administration building or check the website for maps and information about dozens of other walks. You’ll find cafés, restaurants and other shops throughout the park.
Kings Park and Botanic Garden is about 1 mile (1.6 kilometers) from central Perth. The public park is open 24 hours, though some facilities close at nightfall.
Situated in East Perth, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Queens Gardens, Langley Park and World Australia Cricket Association Museum. Perth Mint and WACA are also within 15 minutes. Perth Claisebrook Station is 18 minutes by foot and Perth McIver Station is 19 minutes.
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Located in Perth Central Business District, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of St George's Terrace, RAC Arena and Hay Street Mall. Elizabeth Quay and Royal Perth Hospital are also within 1 mile (2 km). Perth Underground Station is 8 minutes by foot and Perth Esplanade Station is 10 minutes.
Located in Perth Central Business District, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of St George's Terrace, RAC Arena and Hay Street Mall. Elizabeth Quay and Royal Perth Hospital are also within 1 mile (2 km). Perth Underground Station is 6 minutes by foot and Perth Station is 8 minutes.
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Situated in a national park, this luxury hotel is within 1 mile (2 km) of Harold Boas Gardens and RAC Arena. Kings Park and Botanic Garden and Elizabeth Quay are also within 2 miles (3 km). Perth City West Station is 14 minutes by foot and West Perth Station is 15 minutes.
Located in Perth Central Business District, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of RAC Arena, His Majesty's Theatre and Watertown Brand Outlet Centre. Northbridge Piazza and Yagan Square are also within 10 minutes. Perth Underground Station is 8 minutes by foot and Perth Station is 10 minutes.
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