362 Croyden Road, Roleystone WA 6111

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Please Note: Due to COVID 19 restrictions Araluen Botanic Park will be closed to the public until further notice.

Whilst we'll miss welcoming our visitors, we'll be taking the time to work on the Park so it looks better than ever when we reopen! Keep updated with us via Facebook and Instagram.

Stay safe, and we look forward to welcoming you back to Araluen soon!

Discover Perth Hills oldest botanic garden.

Araluen Botanic Park is an extraordinary garden in a breathtakingly beautiful bushland setting. Stroll through stoned pathways across the terraces that are lined by enormous stone pillars and shaded jarrah pergolas. View the circa 1930's log cabins located in each garden precinct and learn about Perths heritage and history on the sign panels.  Located within 59 hectares of native Australian bushland, the developed gardens cover 14 hectares within various precincts. Each precinct features various exotic plant species that flourish in the cool micro climate of the Roleystone Perth Hills. Renowned for the annual tulip festival which takes place each springtime, where over 100,000 tulip bulbs put on the most spectacular show for the thousands of visitors who flock to catch a glimpse and capture the 'best' selfie with the colourful backdrops.

Some exciting but somewhat lesser known facts about Araluen is that the Park boasts an incredibly impressive internationally recognised collection of Camellias. Western Australia's largest rose collection containing species of original heritage roses circa 1800's. which are best viewed in late spring to late summer. The Tea Roses and many other magnificent blooms blossom as we head into the autumn months, which is the best time to enjoy the extensive collection of tea roses. Stinton Creek flows within the Park all year, heading north to south as it ends flowing into the Canning Dam. This is a real feature of a visit to Araluen Botanic Park and there is many photo opportunities from the various walking bridges.

 Overall the Park flourishes amongst an undulating native backdrop of Eucalyptus, Marri and Blackbutt Trees, with collections of banksia, grass trees and man ferns amongst flowering blooms, it is an experience for the senses.


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From our magical tulip season to special events and concerts, there is always something happening at Araluen.

Our spectacular gardens, nestled in a valley of native Australian bushland, is the perfect backdrop for concerts, gardening events and children’s activities.

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Admission Fees

Each season offers a unique display of exotic and native species of plant, wonderful to see at anytime of the year. Admission fees are subject to change. Be sure to check the website closer to your visit.

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Park Guidelines

Araluen is a passive recreation Park designed for the enjoyment of people who wish to experience the exotic gardens and tranquillity of this unique jarrah-lined valley.

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Araluen’s idyllic location and spectacular gardens make this the perfect venue for your next function. You will be charmed by the setting at Araluen. Available for weddings, corportate events and social functions.

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