Praise for conference

The Kings Park Guides are delighted with the overwhelmingly positive feedback for the 16th Australasian Botanic Guides Conference held in Kings Park in September. A… Read More

Winning recipes

Fran’s Fruit Cake and Jennie’s Lemon and Ginger Slice were a hit at the conference morning and afternoon teas. We hope they will remind you… Read More

Help keep myrtle rust out of WA

Myrtle rust is a serious disease that attacks and kills many plants belonging to the Myrtaceae family including eucalypts, bottlebrushes, paperbarks and peppermint trees. This… Read More

Just a few seats left!

There are still a few seats available on the one-day Spring wildflower tour of the Perth Hills and surrounds on Saturday, September 14 and the… Read More

Fascinating fungi

It comes as no surprise that Kings Park Guide Roz Hart’s fascination with fungi began under the ground. As a university student Roz was a… Read More

Boab beats the odds

Kings Park’s magnificent boab tree, Gija Jumulu, stands proudly on Mt Eliza overlooking the junction of the Swan and Canning rivers. It’s hard to believe… Read More

Remarkable Adaptations in 3D

Delegates should be prepared to expect the unexpected at Professor Byron Lamont’s session on how Western Australia’s flora has adapted to our harsh conditions. 3D… Read More

Blooming Biodiversity

In a happy coincidence the Wildflower Society of WA is hosting the Australian Native Plants Society national conference in Albany, Western Australia from September 29… Read More

A remarkable botanist

We are delighted to confirm that Western Australian author Bernice Barry will be part of our conference program. Bernice’s book Georgiana Molloy: The mind that shines… Read More