Supreme Court Gardens, Perth

#4 of 25 in Parks in Perth
Garden · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
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. To find out how to plan a trip to Perth, use our trip itinerary maker.
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  • Lovely park area in the city, this was the first time that we had visited since the 1980's and many changes were evident, improved access to and around the area. Well maintained with an expansive...  more »
  • This is not so much a review as a comment to correct some misinformation I noted from looking at some of the reviews, particularly with respect to the location of the Supreme Court Gardens, and...  more »
  • Great place in the city of Perth. Have a look and take some photos with friends and family. Walking distance from Langley park or Bell tower or Elizabeth Quay.
  • Very beautiful, the smells are amazing and it's a perfect spot to have a quick lunch or to study. You can see the Supreme court, the bell tower and some other amazing landmarks from here.

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