It’s difficult to write about Kings Park without sounding like a brochure: Magnificent views, extraordinary plants, amazing gardens, fantastic playgrounds. It’s all true. Instead I’ve collected a few photos from our visit for you to peruse. This is only some of what we saw. The park also has it’s own, very thorough, website here, that I definitely recommend taking a look at. If you are staying in Perth a while, then you could probably make several visits there. I think it would be hard to take it all in over one visit and also tiring if you have children in tow. The are several large and impressive playgrounds spread through the park and a special Naturescape area was developed to give children the chance to be ‘in touch with nature,’ just as previous generations fondly remember doing. Unfortunately on our visit we didn’t have time to check out the Naturescape area, but anyone I have spoken to that has visited has told me how wonderful it is. It’s high on the list for our next visit.
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*This post originally appeared on my other blog that is currently on hiatus. Most posts from that blog have been transferred to this blog, except a few, like this one, that didn’t far so well in their travels. I decided to fix this one because it was one of my favourites. The rest are still a work in progress.
Centograph at the State War Memorial, Kings Park.
View from Kings Park towards Perth City and the Swan River.
Inspecting botanical wonders with the Pioneer Women’s Memorial in the background.
Last weekend we attended the Melbourne Formula 1 Grand Prix as a family. I’ll be honest, I was not entirely sold on the idea when my husband suggested it, but in the end IT WAS AWESOME!!! OK, so maybe not every single minute of the hours we were there, but definitely enough of those moments to make the outing worthwhile. There are few things I would have done differently, which you’ll see in the tips at the end, but overall IT WAS AWESOME!!! Continue reading “Melbourne Formula 1 Grand Prix with Kids”
In it Bronwyn mentions how handy the trunki can be (I’ve reviewed it here) and gives a humourous and thorough analysis of the pros and cons of a stroller/pram. Really, she covers the entire rigmarole of getting through an airport with young children. It’s worth a read if you’re having anxiety attacks getting your head around the whole thing to help work you through the issues.
My local library had a little display of travel books on my last visit that got me to thinking that many people are beginning to plan their Christmas and Summer travel. So I thought I’d begin a bit of a series I’ve been planning about travel, mainly travel with kids. Here’s the first post. Continue reading “Product Review: Trunki Children’s Ride-on Suitcase”