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Rio Tinto Naturescape, Kings Park
Ranked #15 of 183 things to do in Perth
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed February 25, 2013

This place is a must see! There are so many fabulous things to see here. Restaurants, shops, cafe, tree top walk, wild flowers, water fountains, parks, play grounds, memorials, gift shops, view over the river and the city of Perth and much more. If you are a visitor to Perth you have to go up here!!


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Reviewed January 29, 2013

This is a great addition to the kids parks within Kings Park. The towers (tree hides) to climb and the brook which you can attempt to build a dam on are great. As are some of the other features like walking over streams on logs, the ropes in the trees (the tangle), the dingo dens and the spring. It's worth noting that there are no shops/cafes but there are a number of water fountains. Alos it tends to get busy and there will close it to visitors when it reaches a certain capacity (we also go early in the day for that reason), also because it doesn't have any dedicated car park as such so better to go early and park closer. Kids will get wet and swimming clothes / rashies are a must if they get into the creek - which they will!
Just a note it is closed all of February and on mondays. Great to go here and then over to either Sticky Beaks or the main Kings Park Cafe.

Thank DadMum2SmlKids
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Reviewed October 13, 2012

A quick word of warning, this park is currently shut on Mondays for maintenance and also limits the number of people allowed in, can be a queue during the school holidays.

My three kids love it, especially older two at 7 and 5 years old, as they can climb independently on the trees and ropes and climb the observation tower. What the biggest hit with all three of them, including the 2 year old is the creek in which they can paddle and build dams and just generally muck around, get wet and dirty. A change of clothes is a must! There are several areas where dens can be made too, another favourite pastime.

I believe the park also shuts at 4, and as we were the last ones there once, got to see the rangers carefully dismantling the dams and replacing the stones....every time we have been there has been rangers around to answer questions and keep an eye on things.

Not a bad day out at all, especially if your children are just a bit too old for the Sticky Beaks part of Kings Park.

Thank Suks_12
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Reviewed June 26, 2012

Once we found our way in the front (coming from Stickybeaks you can't get in the back) we wandered on 'natural' concrete paths to see a constructed stream and some stones you could at least climb on and even a log across a stream that the kids could walk across. There were some cool areas where you could build a shelter, there is a mini big tree climb, and you can puzzle where the massive boulders at the entrance came from (but there's no information to tell you). You could always see the boundary fence and there was a long lists of things you couldn't do. I guess once the big corporations have bought the entire planet this is what we will have to look forward to, a small fenced off area of 'nature' . Go for a bush walk in the rest of the Park.

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