Kings Park is a nature reserve and botanic garden nestled in the heart of Western Australia’s capital city, Perth. It’s on a hill. The story goes that Governor Stirling, who was in charge of the British settlement here, sited Perth behind the bulk of Mount Eliza (named for his wife) so it would be safe from ships’ cannons.
It’s a beautiful park with gorgeous gardens that showcase the state’s unique flora. You also get a brilliant view of Perth.
Make a wish, and maybe you’ll get to visit in person. I hope so!