The Rio Tinto Naturescape Kings Park facility will undergo a $3 million expansion. Photo: Nature Play WA

Upgrades for Kings Park naturescape

The Rio Tinto Naturescape Kings Park facility will close next month to allow a $3 million expansion, which has been funded by the mining giant.

The facility will re-open in early 2018, with the new features to include a bigger creek and rock pool, an aerial walkway nearly seven metres high, a hidden tunnel, more climbing and balancing features, and a new cubby zone.

Rio Tinto Naturescape Kings Park has established itself as a world leader in connecting children with nature since it opened in 2011,” Environment Minister Albert Jacob said.


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