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Tree-top Walk in Kings Park

Walk in the treetops along the Lotterywest Federation Walkway in Kings Park. The Walkway reaches a maximum height of 16m at the apex and extends 620m through the Botanic Garden. Elevated section is 222m long, including the 52m glass arched bridge.

Date(s): August 2003. Album by gladysclancy. Photos by Gladys. 1 - 58 of 58 Total. 15346 Visits.
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Start of Walkway
Qualup Bells (Pimelea physodes)

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Map of Walkway

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State Floral Emblem on Walkway

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South-West Region of the State

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South Perth beyond the Trees

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Terraced Gardens with views to Swan River

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Mulga Region of the State

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Terraced Gardens and Grass Areas

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Lotterywest Federation Walkway Logo on Path

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Lord John Forrest, Premier, Statesman, Explorer, Surveyor

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Lord John Forrest Statue

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View of South Perth from Forrest's Statue

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Centenary of Federation Floral Emblems for Australian States

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Federation Flame Kangaroo Paws

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Early European Settlement

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Boabs, Giants of the North

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Boab Trees from the North of the State

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View of Narrows Bridge and South Perth

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Meeting of Two Rivers

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Meeting of Canning River and Swan River

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Mt Eliza Lookout

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Perth and Narrows Bridge from Mt Eliza

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Swan River and South Perth from Mt Eliza

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Elevated Walkway, opened 17 Aug 2003

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Steel and Jarrah Elevated Walkway

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Dreaming Serpent

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Arched Steel and Glass 52m Bridge
The Bridge has 52 glass panels. Each panel weighs 120 kg..

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View from apex of the Glass Bridge

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Swan River and old Swan Brewery

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Water Garden Pavilion viewed through Treetops

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Treetop view

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Up in the Treetops

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Glass Bridge meets the Walkway

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Old Swan Brewery beyond the Treetops

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Magnificent Karri Tree

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A Pathway Below

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View from Walkway

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Beedawong Meeting Place from Walkway

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The Trees and Path Below

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Gum Nuts on Marri Tree
Corymbia calophylla

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Medicine Tree -- Marri
Used as a Medicine Tree by Aboriginals:- the red gum or 'kino' was sprinkled onto wounds to prevent bleeding or mixed with water to be used as a mouthwash or disinfectant and the
tannin has antiseptic qualities.


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Upper Branches of Marri Tree
Corymbia calophylla (formerly known as Eucalyptus calophylla)

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Cross-section of Marri Branch
Overhanging branch recently sawn off.

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The Trees below

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Nearing the end of the Elevated Walkway

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Kaarta gar-up, Dreamtime Place

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Beedawong Meeting Place

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Beedawong Meeting Place, ampitheatre

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South-west Giants of the Forest

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Glass Bridge behind the trees

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Boronia

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Scented Boronia
Boronia megastigma

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Dwellingup Mallee
Eucalyptus graniticola.

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Dwellingup Mallee
Eucalyptus graniticola.

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Set in Stone, The Darling Scarp

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Water Feature

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Sculptures in the Pond

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Water Garden Pavilion

 
   
 
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