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Kings Park

Perhaps the first thing every visitor to Perth should do is go to Kings Park (www.kpbg.wa.gov.au), just to the west of the city on a hill overlooking Perth Water. Kings Park was laid out by the city’s founders and is not only a superb vantage point, but a botanical paradise. Much of the park is natural bush, with pathways leading visitors to a treetop gangway and grassed areas with ponds, fountains and sculptures honouring the state’s great achievers and its courageous pioneers. King’s Park is a beautiful place at any time of the year, but especially so in the spring (September and October), when wildflowers carpet the ground.

The state’s floral emblem, the red and green kangaroo paw (anigozanthos manglesii), is evident throughout the park, as are the delightful Swan River daisies, and the papery everlastings that give an illusion of coloured snow in the eucalypt woodlands of the park.

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