The entrance to Stirling Gardens is opposite to St. George's Church. There are a few kangaroos at the entrance, and the opposite is St. George's Cathedral. It feels like the kangaroos are also recalled by God and rush to the church. In the garden there is a stone obelisk (Ore Obelisk), an ore obelisk, which commemorates the development of the country. It consists of a 45-foot-long oil-drilling pipeline that passes through fifteen ore.
An important place for locals to gather for leisure. If you are tired of walking around the nearby attractions, it is also very pleasant to find a bench here to sit down and look at the blue sky and see the pedestrians.
The garden of the historic former Botanic Garden, Stirling Garden, is the oldest garden in Perth. It has dense woods and vast lawns, as well as many rich plants and waters. It is the best place for local citizens to relax and play. Under the recommendation of, I came here to visit in my spare time! It is said that this garden used to have many fruit trees and other plants in the botanical garden, so now there are so many fruit plants in the garden, they are all left behind! This garden is very quiet, although not very big, but there are many shops worth visiting! There are many attractions nearby, as well as three kangaroo statues and obelisks. These are very famous and the transportation is very convenient. The bus stop is at the exit to the north of the park! Tips 1. Suggested tour time: 2-3 hours 2. Scenic address: Shire of Wyndham-East Kimberley, Australia. After visiting the entire garden, I was impressed by the kangaroo sculptures, the obelisk, and the quiet The garden environment is very suitable for walking after dinner, giving people a kind of tranquility and at the same time can feel the sense of history here! Can't help but make me feel the power of time! There are many other famous attractions nearby, so traveling here is a good choice!