Edith Adie Western Australian Wildflowers c1892-c1930 (detail). Watercolour, 26.3 x 36.7 cm (sheet & image). State Art Collection, Art Gallery of Western Australia. Gift of Anonymous donor, 1990.
The Kings Park Bushland offers a unique opportunity to see Western Australia’s famous wildflowers in their natural environment, with a plethora of species in bloom during spring. Walk along the Bushland Nature Trail and encounter some of the plants depicted in the exhibition.
During the Kings Park Wildflower Festival, The Botanical: Beauty and Peril guided tours take place 11am to 12pm, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
These guided tours synchronise with the Kings Park and Botanic Garden’s Bushland and Wildflowers walk. Kings Park and Botanic Garden’s Bushland and Wildflowers walk takes place on the same days from 2 to 3.30pm and begins on the Aspects Lawn located just outside Aspects of Kings Park Gallery Shop, adjacent to Wadjuk Carpark in Kings Park and Botanic Garden.
HOW TO GET THERE
Transperth provide free travel on the 935 bus leaving regularly from the corner of St Georges Terrace and William Street in the city. The 935 stops along Fraser Avenue and at Wadjuk Carpark.
Visit the Kings Park website for more information about the Kings Park Festival and getting to Kings Park.
For details on free transport to Kings Park from the Gallery please ask at the AGWA Information Desk.