How To Get To Kings Park

Kings Park is one of Western Australia’s most famous must-see places to visit which overlooks the City of Perth. Getting to Kings Park from your hotel or accommodation couldn’t be easier, with various public transport, tours and car hire options available.

Getting to Kings Park

Kings Park is only a short distance from the Perth CBD. Transport options include cars, public buses, bus tours, cycling, walking and more.

Source: Trip AdvisorCentral Perth offers free travel on Buses and Trains through and around the CBD as long as you start and finish your travel within the same Zone. To get to Kings Park easily, we recommend Transperth bus route 935, which travels from St Georges Terrace right into the heart of Kings Park. Find out more information on the Transperth Website or call 13 62 13.

 

Travelling By Car

Free parking is available within Kings Park which is close to the major amenities. Please take note of the parking restrictions and time limitations when entering the parking areas.

Getting to Kings Park On Foot and Cycling

Source: www.experienceperth.com

Kings Park is a lovely walk from the city. Simply stroll up St Georges Terrace in a westerly direction (St Georges Terrace becomes Malcolm Street) and turn left at the roundabout into Kings Park. You will find yourself right at the spot for the best views overlooking the city.

Once at Kings Park, why not grab a bite to eat or drink with these great options:

Zamia Cafe:
Zamia Cafe overlooks the beautiful Synergy Parkland. Find out more about Zamia Cafe here

 

Bovell Kiosk:
Located in the Synergy Parkland, the Bovell Kiosk opens during busy periods on the weekends and school holidays.

Fraser’s Restaurant: 
Fraser’s Restaurant offers award winning food, wine and service in a contemporary atmosphere.

Kings Park Kiosk:
The Kings Park Kiosk offers spectacular views over the City of Perth and caters to park visitors who require a quick, cost-effective snack or meal.

Click here to find out more about Kings Park

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