If you can handle the vertical climb up Mount Street (Iggy managed this while pushing Andrew in his stroller) the reward is phenomenal. King’s Park is a Perth must-see. The aerial walkway takes you through the tree tops, with views out over the water and into the bush below.
At the entry to the walkway is an ancient baobob tree.
The walkway provides a view over Perth’s historic Swan brewery.
An ankle biter noticed two little piles of writhing bugs closer to her eye level than ours. She looked up, saying brightly “They are entwined.” Elegantly apt vocabulary. Well done to the parents and/or teachers who introduced her to the wonderful world of books.
Around about then, I discovered how easy it was to take photos of myself with the new iphone. Indulging in such vanity could become addictive – not. But it does give me the opportunity to rave on again about my Aussie hat.
En route, I discovered bronze leaf sculptures laid into rock at ground level. Intriguing.
The King’s Park gift shop stocked great cards…
… and spectacular gift ware.