I spent three days and two nights in perth. I came to the park in the morning and night for two consecutive days. It's very accurate to follow Google Maps. Unless I eat and drink coffee or something in the restaurant, it's totally a free attraction. Parking fees are also free. It's rare in Perth because parking spaces in many parts of Perth are paid for separately. If you don't drive, talk to the Germans, passers-by say "king "s park", even the children know where they are, or suggest that you come and go with perth's attractions. You don't need to follow the group, go with yourself, and actually stroll more freely.
The King's Park War Monument is a monument to the soldiers of the Australian and New Zealand coalition who died in the Second World War. The monument is situated on the high land near the sea, tall and powerful. It is a testimony of Australia's contribution to the victory of the Second World War. It is worth seeing.
Perth's King's Park War Monument is located on the beach of King's Park. It is a white stone monument over 20 meters high. Built in memory of the soldiers who died in World War I and World War II, the scenery here is very pleasant. It also symbolizes how beautiful a peaceful life is. It reminds us that we must cherish the hard-won peaceful world.
Free park, the best way to go near the evening in the afternoon, not hot, cool!
The torch burning forever in front of the monument symbolizes that people's hearts are never extinguished.