Harold Boas Gardens, Perth
(3.8/5 based on 15 reviews on the web)
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  • Harold Boas Gardens is tranquil City Retreat, with gently flowing stream, ponds below the cool canopy of large shade trees.. Only 300m from City West Railway Station, or across the road from the Free ...  more »
  • I guess area 2 is the most stunning as it has the waterfall as a backdrop and the entrance is by a quaint bridge and is surrounded by a cute little river. There is a public toilet in the park but the ...  more »
  • This is a little gem of a park that probably gets over shadowed by the high profile Kings Park nearby This park is extremely well maintained by the City of Perth & has excellent gardens & natural look...  more »
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  • This is a fantastic spot for a wedding ceremony. There are 3 areas for a wedding ceremony but area 2 would be the most popular as it has the waterfall as a backdrop and the entrance is by a quaint bridge and is surrounded by a cute little river. There is a public toilet in the park but the only negative is parking can be difficult. Harold boas park can be booked through the city of perth council.
  • Great little place to hang out with friends and to enjoy the sunshine. Really well maintained and close to all the shops, yet super quiet.
  • Rude park staff think that any picnicking young people are smackheads. Ranger claimed he had seen me before when I had never spoken to him in my life or been to the park before. Deserves to be fired. Not every young person exploring the city is abusing the privelege and if City of Perth staff continue to have such a cavalier attitude they are going to scare away paying tourists by accusing any person enjoying public amenities under age 50 of being a criminal.
  • You can almost feel like you're not in the middle of Perth. Lovely location for a wedding or lunch picnic
  • A great area to just relax and enjoy the environment.