Gardens in Perth

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Gardens in Perth

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  • Christine651
    Melbourne, Australia109 contributions
    Well worth a visit and walk around through botanic gardens area too. The views over the river and city were fabulous. We caught one of the free local Cat buses so easy to access
    Written May 19, 2022
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  • Perth72
    Perth, Australia57 contributions
    A lovely and very well maintained garden tucked away in Perth amongst them city. If you need to get out of the office and enjoy the serenity then this is a nice place to walk and relax.
    Written October 6, 2020
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  • Jeffry b
    Essendon, Australia10,450 contributions
    The Supreme Court Gardens surround the Supreme Court, the highest court in the State of Western Australia. The Gardens are meticulously maintained by the gardeners. who spare no effort in keeping the gardens' flowers and lawn beautiful. Anyone can enter the Supreme Court Gardens, city workers can often be seen having an impromptu picnic at lunchtime. Entry is free.
    Written March 14, 2022
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  • Serene-View
    Doncaster, UK1,058 contributions
    Never went into the building but admired it from a far. What a wonderful building and slightly different to others buildings within the city.
    Written May 5, 2019
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  • Postcode_X
    Bunbury, Australia754 contributions
    Beautiful gardens and quite secluded with pockets of quiet even being next to the main road. Very well maintained
    Written December 12, 2018
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  • Dan L
    Bunbury, Australia6,031 contributions
    It seems that the gardens date to the 1800's but were largely unkempt until redeveloped and upgraded as the centre piece of the development of Claisebrook Cove. It is now a nice oasis for visitors to enjoy and maintained to a high standard. Manicured lawn, flowers in bloom, trees, bounded on the West side by the Swan River and with views to Optus Stadium and Matagarup Bridge. Good picnic facilities, BBQ's and play areas. There are indigenous rock structures, a dreaming pathway, a four part mural adjacent the riverbank, and the artwork at the Bibbulmun Dreaming Story plaque. Interesting and enjoyable.
    Written October 21, 2021
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  • Nikita M
    Mona Vale, Australia55 contributions
    This park is one of the examples of great landscaping and perfect maintenance. Decent playground, picnic places, shared pedestrian/ bicycle road along Swan river, and quite unusual metal sculptures.
    Written January 21, 2020
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  • Des M
    Perth, Australia127 contributions
    Wife’s sister had her wedding here the other week.
    Venue was great, very relaxed and peaceful. You forget that your in the City Centre. Everyone had a fantastic time sitting outside in the sun till the sun went down and the fairy lights came on overhead.
    Great venue to start your future together.
    Written December 15, 2019
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  • Dan L
    Bunbury, Australia6,031 contributions
    The Memorial Walk has been tastefully incorporated in the flora of the park. If approaching from Mounts Bay Road, it begins at Kennedy Fountain and climbs 62m over 152 steps before becoming more amenable to my age group. Needless to say, neither my wife or I faced the challenge of the steps, but did gaze with awe at the young lady who completed a sprint to the top.
    The track is a tribute to Australian servicemen who fought in PNG during WW11 and continues from the top of the steps to near the State War Memorial. Among the interesting plaques is one titled "Owers' Corner", the mountain cross-section giving an indication of the daunting Owen Stanley Ranges
    Written May 1, 2021
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