Variety Place (Ernst Wittwer Playground)- King’s Park

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This park has had a re-do in August 2014 with new play structures added and picnic areas. It has been designed as a recreational area suitable for people of all ages and abilities supported by Variety WA and hence the new name, Variety Place.

The area is mostly constructed with natural materials, with bark chips to provide a soft fall.

Activities include:

  • Fort
  • Climbing nets
  • Climbing logs and rocks
  • Tunnels
  • Bridges with hiding areas underneath
  • Metal maze
  • Stepping stones with balancing planks.
  • Jarrah logs, some of which have carvings of various insects on them.
  • Saw Avenue amphitheatre (kid’s shows held here during summer events season)

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Entrance- Carved Tree Entrance- Carved Tree Map and Legend Map (closeup)
History Fort Maze Tunnel
Tunnel Balancing Beams Ropes Surroundings
BBQ area Variety Pavilion Restrooms


All ages


You can fill a morning or afternoon here.


Parking in lots on May Drive, Kulbardi car park and parallel parking allowed on Saw Avenue (on the side of the playground – not permitted on the other side of Saw Avenue). Disabled and pram access is best from Kulbardi car park as this has a path directly to the park, other parking locations do not.


  • Variety Pavilion can be booked – holds 40-50 people and has power outlets
  • Water fountains (several scattered at various locations around the play space).
  • Picnic tables (many are shaded or placed in areas with tree cover). Many have wood carvings benches cut into interesting shapes.
  • Free electric bbq area.
  • Disabled/male/female toilets.



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Opening hours

Daily all year round.


Contact details

Saw Avenue, King’s Park, Subiaco, WA 6005.

Bookings: 9480 3624

Fax: (08) 9322 5064

Park Management officer 0418 923 973

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Date Created: September 13, 2014