Wildflower Festival Bike Tour Kings Park
- Duration: 90 Minutes (approx.)
- Location: Perth, WA
- Product code: BKP2
Join us on a guided bike tour to explore Kings Park and the Botanic Garden during the annual Kings Park Festival in September 2020 when thousands of native wildflowers are in full bloom. We will take you to bushland areas that few visitors and locals see as we ride along a specially chosen route to view wild flower hot spots. The route has been carefully curated to ensure we avoid major hills and keep the route as flat and enjoyable as possible.
We travel along remote paths and difficult to reach areas of the Kings Park bushland where you will see everlastings and wild flower groves, tree lined avenues dedicated to our fallen soldiers and views of the city skyline, all from the comfort of your easy to ride touring bike.
The tour is designed to be taken at a slow pace and get you out to see different parts of Kings Park that you might otherwise never see all while enjoying the fabulous display of spring wildflowers.
Ride Rating – EASY
This tour involves some hills and you need to be able to exercise with some periods of increased heartrate.
At any time you can dismount and walk your bike up the hill if you want to.
As a reference you could do this tour if you rode a few times a year and are an active person.
Approximately 7 km ride or 1.5 hours
What is included?
Your beautiful blue bike with fat tyres and helmet are included in the tour price. You will also have a knowledgeable guide who is trained to keep you safe and provide interesting information. The guide also carries a first aid kit for your safety.What to wear and bring!
- You need to bring your own weather protection clothing and sunscreen
- Bring a full water bottle
There are public toilets along our route, so just ask the guide if you need to use the "loo".
Starting and finishing Point
We start our tour at Kings Park's main carpark Wadjuk Carpark, near the entrance to Aspects of Kings Park Gallery Shop. Look for our a-frame sign or ask at the Visitor Information Centre.