Renowned as one of the World’s largest and most beautiful inner-city parks, Kings Park delights visitors with natural bush trails, open parklands, a stunning botanic garden and iconic views over the Perth city skyline. See more on a Segway!
Renowned as one of the World’s largest and most beautiful inner-city parks, Kings Park delights visitors with natural bush trails, open parklands, a stunning botanic garden and iconic views over the Perth city skyline. From our base at Barrack Square, our experienced guides ensure that all guests are confidently ready to ride their Segway. It’s so easy! Outfitted with wireless headsets, we ensure that every guest will hear commentary during our 90 minute tour. We travel up Mt Eliza from the city and enter Kings Park through leafy green, bush pathways leading into anavenue of trees bearing the names of Western Australia’s fallen soldiers. Suddenly you are surrounded by our natural bush land with beautiful earthysmells and clean fresh air. Birds and animals abound as you cruise through secluded parts of the park. Almost as quickly, we enter open parkland with vistas overlooking the picturesque Swan River and time to take some amazing photos. We cruise through the Botanic gardens and on to the Boab Tree where our guides relay stories of how the Park evolved and exciting new developments under way. Wildflowers, which are often unique to Western Australia, are pointed out in every different shape and colour. These areeverywhere in the Park most of the year and especially in our spring season. On our return to the city, we glide along the tree filled streets revealing historical buildings and places of interest; a wonderfully relaxing ride with nothing to do but enjoy the fresh air and take in the beautiful Parklands and magnificent river views. Our brand new tour will amaze Perth locals and visitors alike, in just how much of the Park you can see aboard an easy-to-ride Segway! Highlights • The Bell Tower and Elizabeth Quay • St Georges Tce Barracks Arch • Iconic Views Over Perth City And The Swan River views • Kings Park and Botanic Garden • The Western Australian Boab Tree • Historical City Architecture