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Synergy Parkland

Synergy Parkland, located at the western end of Kings Park, is home to a new Backyard Botanicals garden, where the ‘grow-me-at-home’ garden demonstrates how easy it is to grow Western Australian native plants. The new garden showcases native plants that are hardy, water-wise and beautiful, attract native birds and are all readily available from local native plant nurseries. Synergy Parkland also has spacious venues for family gatherings, BBQ facilities and children’s playgrounds.

Date(s): 21 September 2010. Album by gladysclancy. Photos by Gladys. 1 - 46 of 46 Total. 0 Visits.
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Entering Synergy Parkland
Western end of Kings Park Botanical Gardens, Perth, Western Australia.

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Map of Synergy Parkland

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Muttaburrasaurus Sculpture
Children's Playground

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Baby Muttaburrasaurus and Eggs

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Lycopod Island
Children's Playground.

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'Grow me at Home' Garden
Native Grevilleas and Scaevolas suitable for the home garden.

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Fairy Fan-flower
Scaevola aemula

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Fairy Fan-flower
Scaevola aemula

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Thomasia purpurea

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Boronia 'Purple Jared'
Boronia heterophylla X megastigma

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Thomasia purpurea

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Boronia 'Purple Jared'
Boronia heterophylla X megastigma

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Kangaroo Paws and Heart-leaved Flame Pea
Natives suitable for home gardens

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Heart-leaf Flame Pea
Chorizema cordatum

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Thomasia purpurea

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Boronia 'Purple Jared'
Boronia heterophylla X megastigma

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Boronia 'Purple Jared'
Boronia heterophylla X megastigma

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Zamia Cafe surrounded by Native Plants
Newly established 'Grow at Home' garden surrounding Zamia Cafe.

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'Grow at Home' garden of Native Plants

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Yellow Kangaroo Paw

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Kangaroo Paws and Everlastings

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Tar Bush
Eremophila glabra

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Yellow Kangaroo Paw

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Fairy Fan-flower
Scaevola aemula

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Lilac Hibiscus
Alyogyne huegelii

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Fairy Fan-flower
Scaevola aemula

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Tar Bush
Eremophila glabra

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Lycopod Island from Picnic BBQ Area

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Vietnam Memorial Pavilion

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Vietnam Memorial Pavilion

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Freesias growing wild in nearby Bush
An introduced species which has escaped from household gardens.

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Freesias out of control
Introduced species now an invasive weed.

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Tobruk Memorial

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Red Pokers
Hakea bucculenta

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28th & 2/28th Infantry Battalion Memorial
El Alamein Egypt 1942.

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28th & 2/28th Infantry Battalion Memorial
In two World Wars the 28th and 2/28th Infantry Battalions commemorate in cemeteries, memorials and gardens of remembrance over 2100 soldiers.

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Red Pokers
Hakea bucculenta

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Prisoners of War Memorial

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To the Memory of All Prisoners of War

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Red Pokers
Hakea bucculenta

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Gum Leaf Motif carved on Totem Pole

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Totem Pole with Beetle Carving

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Picnic Table and Totem Pole

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Banksia Leaf Design Table and Stools

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Totem Pole with Preying Mantis Carving

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Insect Carving in Totem Pole

 
   
 
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