Naturescape is located on May Drive in Kings Park, minutes from the centre of Perth. It is accessible by a free bus from the city (bus 935).
Open Tuesday to Sunday, 9am until 4pm, admission is free. Closed all of February and on fire risk days, check before visiting.
Naturescape is a whole day activity, or you can pop in for an hour. Splash in the waterways, climb and explore, balance on rocks, make magic potions and get dirty. Take a picnic and enjoy the day out with family and or friends.
Balance on the ropes course
Work your way across the ropes course and test your balance and strength. With lots of different height ropes, there are options for everyone.
Climb to new heights on the Naturescape towers.
Throughout Naturescape there are many towers to climb, walkways and tunnels to crawl through and logs to balance on. The towers vary in height, so there is something for all ages.
Check out the stick cubbies. You can add to an existing stick cubby, or collect sticks and create your own master piece. Teamwork with family, friends and new friends will help create a cubby to remember. Imaginations run wild as kids design their very own cubby at Naturescape.
Water play at Naturescape Kings Park
Always pack a spare set of clothes (or 2) when heading to Naturescape. While kids are only allowed in the water up to their knees (no swimming), they inevitabley end of soaked through. Kids are encouraged to move rocks around and watch the impact on the water flow. Plus lots of opportunities to climb, balance and explore the water ways through Naturescape.