Directions - The start of the trail is located at the Karri Pavilion in Kings Park. From the Wadjuk Car Park behind Frasers Restaurant head south past the Giant Boab and follow the signs for the Law Walk. The information board is right next to the Karri Pavilion overlooking the river.
The Hike - Kings Park is an icon of Perth and a popular tourist destination so I'm not sure why it's taken me so long to visit given it's a short distance from home and there are a number of walk trails to experience. That all changed when Caris mentioned she wanted to see the everlastings that had recently come into bloom and I thought it would be a fun weekend activity to take the family there for a relaxing walk. With the month long Kings Park Festival running for all of September and the wildflowers in full bloom we packed up the doggos and headed there on a sunny Sunday afternoon. Unfortunately half of Perth also had the same idea so after finding a park way down on Lovekin Drive, we headed to the main garden area of Kings Park to check out the everlasting display. The masses of pink, white and yellow did not disappoint (even if Sadie thought it was a bit boring) and there was a cool patchwork of knitted flowers hanging around that reminded me of the random fence line walking between Dwellingup and Swamp Oak.