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#1 of 30 Nature & Parks in Perth
Kings Park is a beautiful oasis in the centre of the city, with cafes, playgrounds, nature walks, botanic gardens, treetop walks, bbqs, monuments, art galleries, statues, memorials and just a wonderful place to vi...
Stunning vista over the Swan river and Perth, go on one of the walks, take in the glass bridge, marvel at the planting and marvellous trees, well signed, beautifully crafted art meets nature.
5 Ways to experience it
#2 of 30 Nature & Parks in Perth
I enjoyed seeing the Swan River on the Wine River Cruise, the Swan River was beautiful, a lot of nature and it is calming and relaxing at night also when you visit you can enjoy lunch and dinner by the river and l...
There are so many hidden jewels on the Swan River from its bubbling beginnings in the hills, to the wineries and upper reaches north of the CBD and the new Elizabeth Quay; Kings Park towering over the Old Swan Bre...
27 Ways to experience it
#3 of 30 Nature & Parks in Perth
Queens Garden is a secluded small park that is a perfect place to stroll around and enjoy the lovely gardens or take a picnic and chill out for a few hours.
Hidden near the WACA is this lovely garden with a replica of the Peter Pan statue in Hyde Park London, beautiful lake and platings.
#4 of 30 Nature & Parks in Perth
Hyde Park is a lovely near city park, with children's playgrounds, ducks in the pond, huge trees to sit under and just a great place to relax and unwind either on your own with a book or with family and friends ha...
This is one of Perth's old parks, beautifully landscaped and maintained, with two lakes (each with an island, safe for the many bird colonies (black swans, swamp hens, different kinds of ducks, ibis, etc.) and, if...
#5 of 30 Nature & Parks in Perth
Definitely pack a drink bottle, but a great place to pack a picnic lunch as well A great free activity but do be mindful of where you park
Outstanding playspace for children and their families to engage with nature within the city.
#6 of 30 Nature & Parks in Perth
The good bit is that the locals use the parks for jogging, walking, relaxing and picnicing.
Supreme Court gardens is a delightful small shady park in the centre of Perth worth visiting especially to have a picnic lunch under the shady trees.
1 Way to experience it
#8 of 30 Nature & Parks in Perth
Early Sunday morning on this beautiful tiny nature reserve with views over Perth and 5 friendly roos happily grazing on their breakfasts.
There are two halves, the Southern end is gated and has the free roaming Kangaroos while the Northern end has the car park (only accessible going away from the city) as well as the toilets and an open park for pic...
#9 of 30 Nature & Parks in Perth
This is a must do if heading to Kings Park, stunning views worth the climb, this is a great family locations, once you've climbed the stairs, you have a fairway to run and enjoy, the kids love this location.
Located a bit further into Kings Park in Perth, the DNA tower is a bit of a walk from the main entrance (especially on a hot day) otherwise, it's a short drive from the entrance and there is a carpark right next t...
Perth Zoo South Perth 2.5 km away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in South Perth
I might be bias being a fan of zoos, but Perth zoo is great - really enjoyed the beautiful park like grounds with lots of picnic spaces and animal wise the hyenas were awesome as to were the giraffe and zebras...
Family took os here for the day The park was clean and tidy The exhibits were great with lots of things to see easy stroll around at your leisure High light was the gorillas they were amazing
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Lake Monger Leederville 3.5 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Leederville
Excellent place to relax feed the birds and enjoy nature in the city
Lake Monger is a small, shallow freshwater lake enclosed within a nature reserve and is very conveniently located just a few km from downtown Perth.
Matilda Bay Reserve Crawley 4.5 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Crawley
Just a short trip from city centre, beautiful park land along side Swan river and Perth University, many shade trees, tables and seats, some food and coffee outlets, great spot to relax and unwind, watch boats fro...
Relaxed morning or afternoon in this stunningly beautiful location will help you unwind and remind you of the beauty of nature.
Burswood Park Burswood 2.9 km away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Burswood
The park has a very relaxing feeling, the paths are good, The gardens are all kept beautifully Fully accessible for all from kids to elderly inc disabled Can stay amongst the garden or walk by the river Good choic...
The backdrop of the river, the new ‘swan’ bridges, the play parks, the signage explaining significant details and facts and of course the new stadium made our use of the park very informative and enjoyable.
#11 of 30 Nature & Parks in Perth
First climbing the stairs and then you can continue in Kings Park and Botanic Garden.
Get a free leg workout on your way to Kings Park.
Sir James Mitchell Park South Perth 2.2 km away
#2 of 2 Nature & Parks in South Perth
This is a beautiful park that offers just about something for everyone: wonderful views across the Swan River to Perth's skyline, walking and cycling tracks, picnic areas, playgrounds, expansive lawns, lakes and t...
Sir James Mitchell Park runs from Mends St Jetty, near Mill Point Road, to the Causeway, all within the City of South Perth.
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#12 of 30 Nature & Parks in Perth
... towards crown and the new stadium, all of the buildings and properties are beautiful, simply walking around the suburb through the parks admiring the architecture makes for a morning or afternoon well spent.
The Victoria gardens and Mardalup park are located here.
#13 of 30 Nature & Parks in Perth
This playground is awesome for any primary-aged kids - stunning surrounds, heaps of climbing equipment, ample parking, BBQ,s, really nice cafe....the park is peppered with giant animal statues to be climbed and th...
Kings Park is wonderful all around anyway, but Synergy Parklands really creates a lovely environment for the whole family to either play, or just chill on the massive grassed areas.
#14 of 30 Nature & Parks in Perth
This urban wetland park is a great place to visit and stroll, with camera ready, amongst wildlife.
Teeming with wildlife - including black swans and tiger snakes - the lake is a great nature reserve.
#15 of 30 Nature & Parks in Perth
This is a little gem of a park that probably gets over shadowed by the high profile Kings Park nearby This park is extremely well maintained by the City of Perth & has excellent gardens & natural looking water fea...
Well established park meticulously maintained.
#16 of 30 Nature & Parks in Perth
This is a lovely park, full of greenness and well laid out paths.
Surrounded by busy arterial roads one tends to ignore this very attractive park.
#17 of 30 Nature & Parks in Perth
Our hotel (Pan Pacific) is right next to the park which is a quick stroll down to all the action at Barrack Jetty and Elizabeth Quay.
Langley Park was originally a landing strip for planes and it has been used for the Red Bull Air Race
#18 of 30 Nature & Parks in Perth
Ozone Reserve is a lovely little inner city park with boardwalks and bird wildlife.
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#21 of 30 Nature & Parks in Perth
This is at kings park.
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#24 of 30 Nature & Parks in Perth
Ironically, the Dept of Parks & Wildlife have to monitor their release programme & pronounce if the birds are ready even though they contribute zilch.
Ironically all these birds belong to the State of WA, and releases have to be adjudicated by Parks & Wildlife who do absolutely nothing for the project.