One of Australia’s flora and fauna icons is the Kangaroo Paw, it looks quirky but has a really nice colour to it. Soft to touch like an aloe-vera plant but also has a furry feeling to it. Kings Park has plenty of these scattered around the nature trails and along the main entrance overlooking the […]
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The cafe that overlooks Perth city and the surrounding monuments, located in the main populated area for tourists to relax and enjoy the view while snacking. Not sure what the coffee is like up there though.
On my walk out of Kings Park I found this building to be quite interesting, I believe its been on the hillside overlooking Perth city for many years as it looks really old and almost retro up close. Seems almost like something screws into the top of it.
The round-about at the top of St. Georges Terrace which then turns into Kings Park Road is the main entrance feature into Kings Park itself.
View from Parliament House on the west side of Perth, overlooking the city and St. Georges Terrace
Manicured garden beds in Kings Park
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The Lotterywest Federation Walkway in Kings Park slightly overlooks Perth city as you can just see the top of the main buildings, but it mainly overlooks the southern part of the Swan and Canning Rivers and sits above the old Perth Brewery. “The Lotterywest Federation Walkway reaches a maximum height of 16 m at the […]