This street runs north/south from Brunswick Place to Bellevue Road. It was laid out in c.1850 as the southern part of the Bellevue estate was being developed. Originally called Park Road, its name was changed in 1903 to avoid confusion with Park Road in Freemantle, which had recently become part of the borough. The addition of the word King’s may have been a reference to Rear Admiral Sir Richard King (or his son of the same name), who lived at Bellevue House in the late 18th century.
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