Stories of Our Outback: WA's most-travelled boab tree

WA’s Outback is iconic and unique – and part of the reason we love it is the amazing stories of people and nature in our Outback.

So we’re excited to invite you to the first Our Outback, Our Story speaker event, where people who love and know our Outback will share their fascinating stories.

Join us at Kings Park on Thursday 21 April to hear the story of WA’s most well-travelled boab tree, as told by Kings Park arboriculturalist Jeremy Thomas.

Date: Thursday 21 April 2016
Time: 6.00pm to 8.00pm
Location: Kings Park Biodiversity Conservation Centre, 2 Kattidj Close (off Fraser Avenue)

Afterwards, there will be light refreshments and those who wish to can walk to see the boab, which is under lights approximately 20 minutes walk away from the talk venue.

How to get there:

The Biodiversity Conservation Centre (BCC) is not listed on most GPS systems or on Google Maps, so please see the map below to locate the centre. Nearby parking spots are marked in yellow. The Kings Park boab is also marked on the map.

If travelling by public transport, bus route 37 from St George’s Terrace stops on Fraser Avenue across the road from the Old Tea Pavilion - not far from the BCC.



Matthew Curry · · 0407 914 848

Will you come?


Meg Officer Lesley Sullivan Cath Bozanich Alba Maria Arteaga Claramunt Shirley Constance Sue Strutt GAil Stubber norma Lee Clare Chamberlain Peter Bibby Soo Ching Ngu John Cain

Help increase our impact by sharing here