Nice spot under a shady tree catching up with family & friends combined with a somber walk around the war memorial. A sobering experience reinforcing what a great city and country we live in.
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Our War Memorial holds a significant place in the Heart of all Australians and their fore takes pride of place at Kings Park.With views spreading right across the city over the Swan a River and to the Hills beyond.The a Botanical gardens and Parklands are...More
To visit the war Memorial at any time of day id memorable but to visit fir the Dawn service at 6am , 25th April is a life experience. The see the new day break with a lightening of the sky over the horizon of the...More
A solemn part of the King's Park grounds where one can reflect on the supreme sacrifices made by the ANZAC forces in all the wars to date. Extensive lawn areas to take a break, A cenotaph where remembrance ceremonies are held and a garden where...More
we spent a fair bit of time in Kings Park, fallen Western Australian service men & women in a number of wars have a plaque beside each tree with their names on it. the Memorial was very special with a whispering wall.
This monument represents a moment for reflection and prayer within all the beauty of the park.A beautiful place with the view of the plants, the river and the City. It is just a few steps from the King's Park gift shop.
Beautiful park overlooking Perth CBD. Wonderful views for photo taking, lots of space for walking, picnic and playing outdoor games. Bring picnic gear, food, drink as well as toys and ball, especially if you have small kids.
A solemn reminder of those who made the ultimate sacrifice. The monument is located among beautifully manicured lawns and gardens, and within easy walking distance of parking areas. Even if you are not drawn to memorials go there for the spectacular view of the city...More