Stickybeaks is located at the northern end of Perth's stunning Kings Park.
Kings Park is a fabulous place to spend time with family and friends. There's so much space, the kids can burn up lots of energy playing ball games, exploring and riding on the bike paths.
There are lots of picnic spots and gazebos, especially in the Lotterywest Family Area at the northern end of the park. This is where you will find Stickybeaks Café and the Ivey Watson Playground.
Just next door is the historic Royal Kings Park Tennis Club, Next Generation Kings Park and Hale Oval. The oval is great for sports, and the area also has a 'learn to ride' bicycle track, kids' play equipment and more gazebos where you can gather for snacks and meals. Drop into Stickybeaks for your takeaway coffee and food!
Stickybeaks Café also provides a great place for families to enjoy refreshment after the kids have enjoyed a unique nature play experience at Rio Tinto Naturescape Kings Park (which is just a short stroll down Marri Walk).
Of course a trip to Kings Park wouldn't be complete without visiting the Western Australian Botanic Garden - famous for beautiful native plants and outdoor concerts. The popular Lotterywest Federation Walkway offers a treetop walk that gives sweeping views right across to the Swan Valley, and children will enjoy spotting indigenous artworks and looking at the trees from above.
For more information on things to see and do in Kings Park go to Kings Park & Botanic Garden.
Access is via Kings Park Road, and there is plenty of free parking right next to the café. More than 160 car bays are available, including disabled and coach parking. The café is readily accessible by public transport.
Note that Kings Park provides free parking ONLY for visitors within the park boundaries. Penalties apply if visitors park their vehicle in Kings Park and then leave the park.