Aspects of Kings Park is a gallery and retail environment for the highest quality contemporary Australian and Western Australian craft and design.
Our product range is innovative, colourful and intriguing.
We focus on works by local artists, with products reflecting Australia's natural environment and biodiversity.
Our team comprises a dedicated crew who take pride in understanding the inspiration of the individual artist and range of products available.
Supporting Kings Park
Opened in 2005, Aspects delivers a distinctive shopping experience integrating art and design, ecology, conservation and education, in the heart of one of Western Australia's most iconic locations - Kings Park and Botanic Garden.
Aspects of Kings Park is proudly owned and managed by the Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority and all proceeds directly support Kings Park and Botanic Garden. Scenic tours are conducted in Kings Park and Botanic Garden on a daily basis for visitors who wish to learn more about the Park and its history.
Walking from City Centre
Head west along St Georges Terrace, up Malcolm Street, turning left into Fraser Avenue at the top of the hill to enter Kings Park. Head south up Fraser Avenue to Aspects of Kings Park, located opposite the Botanic Garden entrance. Note that Malcolm Street is a fairly steep uphill walk and you will require a reasonable level of fitness.
Public transport is readily accessible in Perth. Transperth bus route 935 travels from the Perth City along Adelaide Tce and St Georges Tce into Kings Park at Fraser Avenue, where Aspects of Kings Park is located. There are a number of public transport options depending on your starting point and individual needs. For more information please contact the Transperth InfoLine on 136213 or visit the Transperth website.
There are multiple entry points into Kings Park along main roads - Aspects of Kings Park is located at the end of Fraser Avenue. Get directions from your current location using the map feature below. Once in Kings Park, there is ample free car parking in the Wadjuk Carpark next to Aspects of Kings Park.
A taxi stop is located behind Aspects of Kings Park.