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Supreme Court Gardens, Perth
Categories: Gardens, Nature & Parks
Find out why Perth is often described as a parkland oasis. Supreme Court Gardens is the city’s oldest garden, opened in 1845. Today, you can roam its botanical gardens, such as Stirling Gardens. Visit the original Swan River wall, the Francis Burt Library, and the Supreme Court buildings to see how green spaces are beautifully combined with heritage and art. Stop and smell the flowers, literally, at the grass patches with flower displays and large palms. Be sure to see the kangaroo sculpture and the water features. Put Supreme Court Gardens into our Perth tour planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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We parked in the car park by Swan River and walked to the Bell Tower and the CBD and discovered these stunning gardens along the way. Another example of beautifully maintained gardens right in the hea... read more »
A wonderful bit of greenery- spectacular trees, lovely flower beds, cool shade and just a delight in the centre of the city. Enjoy the peace and ambience and the glorious greenery.
Lovely park. Nice little walk along the baths and even a small 'off road' trail that perhaps children would enjoy
The afternoon heat caught me and lucky me I saw this garden with lots of greens and ducks wandering around. Such a nice place to hang out to get some rest on the grass or the bench and thought about how lucky I am to be in Perth. I love the colourful flowers and the sounds of the birds around. It's very relaxing.
Really nice park to chill out and have lunch. We had some corporate volleyball games here and it was the best because the trees block the wind. The people that frequent are generally corporates, so not to unruly.
Good place to be
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