Come to the Park to discover Perth’s biggest display of Tulips and other Springtime bulbs. In 2019 we have 150,000 Tulips, 20,000 Daffodils, 4,000 Hyacinths, 4,000 Ranunculus, 4,000 Anemones and 2,000 Grape Hyacinths planted to boost the 100’s of thousands of other bulbs, the Park will be a blooming masterpiece. While exploring the winding pathways prepare to be delighted by our internationally recognised Camellias adding to the massed plantings of colour. Our Magnolias will also be in full bloom with gorgeous colours and scents captivating you on your journey.
Take Home Your Own Tulip!
Visit the Araluen gift shop in the Roundhouse to pick up your very own tulip in a pot!
We Want Your Feedback
Fill out our short survey and you could go in the draw to win prizes including a yearly Family Membership to Araluen and an Araluen KeepCup!
Survey Link Coming Soon!
Where to Eat
The Chalet Healy Café will be open from 10am – 4pm daily serving delicious treats for morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea.
Please note the kitchen closes at 3.00pm
Food vendors will be open from 10am – 4pm.
Please note, there are no cash out facilities at Araluen Botanic Park.
Admission Fees are subject to change.
Please check the website closer to your visit.
Prices are per person.
Cut-Price Tuesday must have a valid Australian Government Pension Card*
We accept Companion Cards.
|Child (6 to 15 Years)||$7.00|
|Bus Group (8 or more in one vehicle)||$10.00|
|Family Pass (2 Adults + 6 Children)||$40.00|
|Cut Price Tuesday (Pension Card Only) *||$8.00|
|Cut Price Tuesday (Child - Pension Card Only) *||$4.00|
The Train runs daily from 10am – 4pm, train fares can be purchased from the Train Station in the Concourse.
Sit back and enjoy the scenery whilst learning about our incredible Park from your driver.
|Child (6 to 15 Years) / Concession||$3.00|
What's on at It’s Yates Springtime at Araluen
It's Yates Springtime at Araluen Information Center
Make sure you head to Forest View to check out the displays.
Head to the yates display to find all you need to on gardening. It’s where advice meets inspiration.
Perth Hills Visitors Centre
Looking for more fun things to see and do in the Perth Hills Armadale region?
Visit the Perth Hills Armadale team for brochures, maps, local insider tips and recommendations on attractions, trails, places to eat and stay. Browse through our selection of souvenirs and local giftware’s for a memento to take home with you.
Free Araluen Tours
Join our knowledgeable Tour Guides for a walk through the Park. You will learn the incredible diversity of the Park’s flora and the beautiful story behind Araluen Botanic Park.
- Wednesdays with Volunteer Kim
- Thursdays with Volunteer Lesley
- Fridays with Volunteer Patsy
Time: 10am starting time
Meeting point: Araluen Information Center located in Forest View
If you would like to take yourself on a historical tour, please download the below document.
Chalet Healy Café
Situated within the central garden area of Araluen Botanic Park, the Chalet Healy Café is a wonderful place to enjoy a tea, coffee or lunch while overlooking some glorious views.
Open daily between 10am - 4pm and the kitchen is open from 10am – 3pm.
Kiosk open during Springtime Festival.
For more info on the Chalet click here
Boho and Bogans
Come visit Boho Bogans set up in the Concourse at Araluen all through It’s Yates Springtime at Araluen.
Selling POPs adult and children’s plaster craft, paint packs and gift charms all are spring/tulip themed but also including the train plasters and charms, with special Father’s Day charms and plasters.
They have heaps of fun things for the little ones, with tattoos, tulip stickers and “Bo” the kombi colouring in sheets for the kids to take home or crayons and pencils set up there for them to get colouring right away.
Come down and visit the lovely set up, take a photo in front of the van and tag them on Instagram.
Traffic Management during Tulip Season
Thank you for your patience during the Tulip season, we have been experiencing high traffic demand and Traffic Management is in place on weekends.
Araluen Botanic Park and Canning Dam is only accessible via Croyden Road off Brookton Highway on weekends.
Gardiner Road will be closed due to Traffic Management.
From Araluen Botanic Park to Redtail Lane is one-way traffic.
It’s Yates Springtime at Araluen – 2019 Sponsors