We invite you to discover Perth’s green heart on a 7km guided journey through the world’s largest inner-city Park, Kings Park & Botanic Gardens, and dive deeper into the wilderness of this incredible destination, to go beyond the botanicals.
From a powerful place of reflection from war heroes lost to the home of ancient trees towering woodlands, and floral delight, the trail you will be guided on will uncover the deepest roots of Kings Park.
Take a hike through the treetops along the Federation Walkway, taking in striking artwork celebrating the centenary of Federation, Aboriginal Culture, and the magnificent trees of the Swan Coastal Plain. Visit Gija Jumulu, the 750-year-old Boab tree that journeyed thousands of kilometers to be here in the heart of our city.
As magnificent as the city and river views along the Mt Eliza escarpment, are the unique flora on display in the springtime, as your trail leads you through the beautifully manicured gardens, and out beyond, into the protected bushland of native flora heaven, to witness orchids, banksias, and more in their natural habitat.
We take you on a combination hike, highlighting the best trails and promenades in Kings Park. From the beautiful array of wildflowers and wildlife, to the magnificent city and river views, this tour will showcase the beauty of Perth and the essence of Western Australia's magnificent botanic garden.
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