A guided walk through stunning Kings Park. then drive to picturesque Avon Valley for dinner under the stars. Look up in wonder at our celestial neighbours and learn stories of the early Aboriginal astronomers
Start this tour in beautiful Kings Park overlooking the Swan river and City of Perth. Enjoy a leisurely stroll through the Botanical Gardens with your guide, learning about the plants and wildlife from different parts of Western Australia.
The Swan Valley is a region in the upper reaches of the Swan River between Guildford and Bells Rapids. Visiting if time permits local producers to taste and learn how these local providores craft their goods
Dinner Under the Stars
As the sun sets, you will enjoy a barbeque dinner under the stars with freshly made salads and desert. In the cooler months you also get to enjoy a fire pit to help you stay warm.
As the night sky lights up, you will get to see the Milky Way, planets and moon through our Astro Binoculars and Telescope. Learn about Aboriginal Astronomy and hear stories from the dream time around the camp fire as they relate to the night sky. Our guide can also help you take your own photos of the night sky with your camera, you can even have your picture taken under the milky way.
- Pick up from city based accommodation around mid afternoon and drive to Kings Park
- Arrive at the Kings park allowing giving you one and a half hours to explore the park
- Now head off to the outskirts of the Swan Valley to enjoy a guided bush walk looking for wildflowers in season and native animals.
- Dinner under the stars by the open fire
- Star gazing
- Drop back to your accommodation by around 8pm in the winter months and around 9.30pm in the warmer months.
- hat and sunscreen
- appropriate clothing for the time of year, in the winter months it can be quite cold although we do have rugs to keep you warm
- shoes suitable for bush walking, runners are fine
- camera or smart phone to take pictures
- Free transport to and from your city based accommodation, other areas by request
- Entry fees to National Park
- Use of Astro Binoculars and Telescope