Perth Parks & Gardens
This park and point of land isn't like most Perth beahces. Instead of white sand, heavy vegetation grows forth from the coast. The area has a rich history and is the subject of many Nyoongar creation stories.
This natural regional park used to act as a major thoroughfare for goods travelling up and down the river. It played a huge roll in Western Australia's early timber industry. Plenty of wildlife and outdoor pursuits await visitors to this piece of serenity in the heart of Perth.
This regional park provides visitors with the opportunity to check out prehistoric thrombolites, ephemeral lakes, snorkeling expeditions and land-yacht sailing.
This park is surrounded by suburbia in the heart of Perth. It offers respite from the busyness of the city. Wetlands, rural tracts and prospering communities of flora and fauna can be found here.
Minutes from downtown Perth and adjacent to the Swan River, Kings Park is a 400 hectare mix of landscape gardens, natural bushland, and the memorials of Honour Avenue. Take part in a guided walk or enjoy the wonders of this park on your own. Kings Park provides incredible views of Perth and the Swan River.
Discover the undersea world of Western Australia at the Aquarium of Western Australia. View sea dragons, fur seals, stingrays, jellyfish, and more. And, if you are a qualified diver, how about a dive with the Sharks?
This regional park is situated only a short distance from Perth's bustling city centre. Herdsman Lake offers a wildlife refuge and pathways that encircle the lake. Folks come here to break away from suburbia.
This parks was named to honour the leader of the Mooro Aboriginal people. It acts an area of preservation for bushland and natural wetlands. The park is excellent for day trips as it is situated between Joondalup and Wanneroo.
This park is made up of a chain of natural wetlands. It runs up and down the coast through Melville, Cockburn and Kwinana. The park boasts 19 lakes and plenty of wildlife.