Kings Park is located in the city Perth the capital of western australia, located on the north bank of the swan river (Swan River), next to australia's most beautiful university: the university of western australia (The University of Western Australia), an area of 4.06 square kilometers, is the largest urban park in the southern hemisphere, larger than the New York park (3.14 square kilometers), is one of the most famous urban parks in australia and the world.
Kings Park, formerly known as Perth Park (Perth Park), was officially opened on 10 August 1895 to commemorate King Edward VII (King Edward VII) of England and renamed Kings Park. in 1901
Kings Park is the best place to see a panoramic view of the Perth city, with large green spaces, numerous public barbecue facilities, botanical gardens, uncultivated forests, various birds and western wild flowers. the park houses about 319 plants and 80 species of birds; the royal Kings Park tennis club (Royal Kings Park Tennis Club) is located within the Kings Park. Every September, Kings Park also hosts Australia's largest wild flower exhibition.
Equipment for picnics and barbecues, public toilets and playgrounds are distributed in the Kings Park. The West Lottery Family Recreation Area (Lotterywest Family Area) can be accessed from Kings Park Road (Kings Park Road), where the Ivy Watson Fairgrounds (Ivey Watson Playground) is perfect for families with young children; or from the May Drive (May Drive) to the Sinaghi Grassland (Synergy Parkland), which has accessible wheelchair-bound access, in particular to the popular Zemi Cafe (Zamia Cafe), as well as an artificial lake and island castle, open from December to March each year.
The other main road in the Kings Park, Fraser Street (Fraser Avenue), has facilities such as Kings Park kiosks (Kings Park Kiosk), Botanical Garden Café(Botanical Cafe) and Fraser Restaurant (Fraser's Restaurant) to enjoy the magnificent scenery of the Perth city and Swan River. The famous Kings Park store (Aspects of Kings Park Gallery Shop) is also located on Fraser Street, providing a unique display window for Australia's most exquisite works of art, handicrafts and design.
Moreover, the National War Monument (State War Memorial) is also located in the Kings Park, where the never-extinguished torch burns to commemorate the soldiers who died for the Australian nation in previous wars, and the annual ANZ Legion Day (25 ANZAC Day,4), where a grand memorial is held. A National Police Monument (National Police Memorial Australia) was erected in the south of the park to commemorate the Australian police who died for their country.