Discover Perth Hills oldest botanic garden.
Araluen Botanic Park is a stunning outdoor Park, so please plan your trip to visit us and enjoy the bounty of fresh Perth Hills air and the green garden space with us.
It’s Yates Springtime at Araluen
It’s Yates Springtime at Araluen is back for another year with magnificent displays of tulips, situated within the stunning Araluen Botanic Park.
The festival will run from the 16th of August till the 3rd of October.
For more information on the Festival please see here.
Food Vendor and Entertainment application forms here.
The wellbeing of our visitors, volunteers and staff is a priority during COVID-19. We will monitor and respond to Government health advice and ask that you also work with us on compliance requirements in Western Australia. In response to COVID-19, the Araluen Botanic Park Foundation is now open under phased restrictions.
We want to reassure visitors that Araluen is putting health and safety first. We will continue our commitment to the increased cleaning schedule across all of our buildings and having COVID-19 trained hygiene officers on staff to monitor and respond to COVID-19 requirements in Western Australia. We request that for the health of yourself and out of courtesy for others, we ask that you please comply with regulations, follow the physical distance rules, wash your hands regularly, use the hand sanitiser available and stay home if you are unwell.
Welcome to the extraordinary garden in a stunning bushland setting. Stroll along the stoned pathways across the garden terraces of Araluen Botanic Park. View circa 1930’s log cabins located in each garden 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 gardens. Each features a variety of exotic plant species that flourish in the cool micro climate of the Roleystone Perth Hills in Armadale. Renowned for the annual tulip festival which takes place each springtime, where over 150,000 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.
Araluen boasts an incredibly impressive internationally recognised collection of Camellias, with over 270 varieties. We also are home to Western Australia’s largest rose collection containing over 400 varieties and 2500 plants species of heritage and modern roses. The best of the roses peak in late spring, but beautiful blooms can be found in every season and presents stunning photo opportunities for visitors.
The Park gardens flourish and are framed by the undulating native backdrop of Marri Trees, with flowering banksia, grass trees and ferns.
It is an experience for the senses.