It was announced on 28 April 2017 that the Department of Parks and Wildlife would merge with the Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority, the Zoological Parks Authority, and the Rottnest Island Authority on 1 July 2017 to form the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions.
The earlier stages of administration of Kings Park and other gardens had been by individual autonomous boards.
- Western Australia. Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority; Kings Park and Botanic Gardens (Perth, W.A.) (2009), Kings Park and Botanic Garden management plan 2009-2014, Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority, retrieved 5 February 2016
- The Public Sector Commissioner has released the list of agency heads to lead the new departments in the medium term on 28 April 2017. This follows the Premier's announcement on significant public sector reform and structural changes across the public sector.
- Kings Park Board (W.A.) (1972), King's Park and botanic gardens : Perth, Western Australia, Westviews Production in association with King's Park Board, retrieved 5 February 2016
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