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Botanic Garden Car Park

Forrest Drive

Kings Park, WA 6005


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It's fascinating fun to find out that in traditional aboriginal times the local bush was like 'one big supermarket'.

About this event

Transverse a short section of the Banksia woodland to learn how plants provided traditional Aboriginal people so much that was essential for life and how the European settlers quickly found the bush supplied valued resources to assist them adapt to the harshness of colonial life.

Date: Thursday 22nd September and Sunday 2nd October

Start Time: 11am sharp. Please arrive at least 10 minutes early

Meeting Location: Mia Mia at the Botanic Garden Carpark, Forrest Drive, Kings Park


  • This walk is up to 1.5 hours in duration and approximately 500 m in length.
  • An easy walk but the majority of the paths are sand.
  • This walk is not suitable for wheelchairs, prams or mobility aids. We encourage you to contact the Visitor Information Centre (9480 3634) to ensure that we can meet your needs.
  • Comfortable enclosed walking shoes recommended.
  • Bring sunscreen, hat and water and a raincoat (weather dependent).
  • This walk will go ahead if it is raining but the event of severe weather it may be cancelled. Check the notices section of the Kings Park website for cancellation information.

BOOKINGS AND CANCELLATION: To give walkers the best experience our numbers are limited and booking is required. We ask that you please cancel prior to the day if you know you will not be able to attend. Hopefully there will be another day that will suit you. If at the last minute you are unable to attend it would be appreciated if you could contact the Kings Park Visitor Information Centre on 9480 3634

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