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Goanna Path is an 850 m nature trail in the Majestic Kings park Botanical Gardens 16 square kms of Nature reserve 2 kms West elevation of Perth CBD .. The path is mostly concrete surface in the centre of the park and winds down and East to finish at the popular Roe gardens which has toilets, water station, Picnic gardens, car park and the hop on hop off bus station
 
Roe Gardens also has a plethora of Nature paths (hard and soft) with cross links winding down the Eastern escarpment of Mount Eliza offering sweeping views of Perth city and swan river









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Logistics


Location: East to North
Direction: East - Centre - North
Distance:  800m I Surface: Hard (small section soft)
Elevation: East 60m @ Roe Garden <> North 35m  Lovekin Dr 
Elevation change 25m

tip: "birds eye" map view in section Street View
tip: path is virtual tour mapped refer street view

note: map image IS NOT facing North, we rotated the view for best view of path


Major Icons


North
Lovekin Dr elev 35m
Continue Path North Speargrass Path (concrete) to north West point Point

Centre
Honeyeater path - 1300m East West


East
elev 60m
Roe Gardens parking Toilets











Location



Kings Park WA 6005, Australia





Trans ops


enjoy the journey on the Double Decker hop on / off bus  (to / from and around Kings Park) as well as the bike hire station in Kings Park 


in and out 

1,2,3
Major tourist options 
Boat, Bus, taxi / uber, Bike and foot 

1. Google map link this page







Google Virtual tour: fly, jump, walk 

see Street View this page 




Treck map


Paths Icons Kings Park: tips & DIY tours external link
Trails: Distance, elevations <> Icons: DIY virtual tour  













Course Challenge 


Pls note: strict speed limit on Nature trails Kings Park
Our challenge is not about speed ... we challenge you to "Life be in it" journey the path, appreciate the elements and share your experience 

Download the free mapmyride app (link route link) 
open the link below, send the route to your phone and log a workout on the course 
pls share to your social media and include our hashtags so we can find your post 


route map & elevation: external link: Goanna Path




soft surface (firm sand) starting Lovekin for a short distance and the remainder of the path is concrete
no much at lovekin but halfway at Honeyeater or boardwalk is the 1400m wide 30m wide lawned area then onward south and east to finish to Roe Garden which as car park, toilets and awesome picnic area views 
























Video

2 formats

1. standard
2. 360 spherical 


1. standard Pending


2.  360 spherical 
best viewed in smartphone for VR (virtual realty) effect



if 360 display not rotate copy paste link to browser https://youtu.be/ax_8Ggs1SeY 






























Photos
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Pending.... in the meantime 
see images via links listed under SM (Social Media Channels)
or try the Virtual tour link









360 Spherical photos
Best view with smartphone
why: VR: Virtual Reality effect, turn device at any angle or better turn around while holding the device for 360 / Spherical view, 
Note: Images are hosted in different sites for different effects

Site: Theta:  Powerful zoom in / out


why Theta site: many display controls,  

Zoom out to make a crystal ball, all display styles can be downloaded. 


click a thumbnail to watch in 360 
   - have fun morphing the images
 
      Theta site lets you change the display styles - see options below images in Theta site or     
  channels: Bangkok   I   Perth WA






















Street view



how to
1. street view (widget below)
2. step inside 
3. tips and tricks



1. street view 

google maps logo 300 x 300_resize.jpg
Starting point:  mid way
rotate mobile to landscape mode or use 




image below is sample only





2. Step inside 


Desktop:
map tip:  
Crawley path is Street View connected - tips selective settings Globe (elevation) & Street View


rotate view North to Speargrass concrete path


2. drag SV icon to position 

3. fastrack tips below image 


sample image to show steps 1,2,3   expand image view 


SI tips 2019.05 WA
How to 1 min video 
Map tips / tricks how to Google Street View








Trails


building knowledge base of the trails 
pls be welcome to join is to discover them and upgrades
we visit, make drafts and revisit to make it better
 
life is a journey

 
tip: 1st view KP trails Nodes, Elevations, Maps, routes Logistics

open table to sort by any column 
Name & URLDistance / elevation / surfaceFeaturesDate yy.mm comment
Kings Park Loop 9400m / 50m / various loop the park 2019.09.18 page draft 
Western path 2300m / e:36m / hard / loc: West / dir: n-S  N: node S: river 2019.09.16 pending 
Prionotes Path 0700m / 10m / hard old bitumen N.W boundary 2019.09.15 map in production 
Aberdare Path 0235m / 0m / hard, crosses 2300m Western Path West Thomas St / East May Dr parkland 2019.09.15 map in production 
Poole Track 0820m / 15m / soft / dir: N-S, crosses 2 soft tracks  North node may Dr, South boundary Pole ave 2019.09.15 map in production 
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Bike Hire


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Hotels



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Social Media

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Goanna Path 850m nature trail in Kings Park Botanical Gardens, this path is mostly hard surface (concrete) and starts connects with Speargrass Path in the Centre North and an elevation of 15 m shift to join to the awesome Roe Gardens (picnic area hill top views), tour page 

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Places visited


Event date / locationEvent typeTitle / summaryVenue / hostPublication link
2019.08.27 / Applecross Heathcote Reserve google map visit how that view Heathcote Reserve fbk grp wa tourism 
2019.09.13 / Point Fraser Perth activity bike along the river Birds of colour Point Fraser fbk grp wa tourism 
2019.09.15 / Crawley Perth riverside Photo spot instagram or bust Blue Boat House fbk grp wa tourism 
2019.08.21 Google map people / paths Heirisson Island 2019.08 Drifting HI & LQ  
2019.08.10 Google map people / paths Kings Park wk 2 2019.08 wk2 360 step inside  
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