It's relaxing, but it's not very special. Usually nothing to visit or OK.
Its hard to believe that just a little way from the WACA and right across the road from apartments
It used to be a racetrack. It's very recreational with water and bridges, and the green space feels good. But if you don't have time, you don't have to come here on purpose. It has the same statue of Peter Pan as Kensington Garden in London. It's good to walk around and appreciate plants.
The Queen's Garden in Perth is very beautiful. You can take the free bus Hongcat directly to this place in downtown Perth. It's free to visit. There are many special plants in this garden. It will close early, but after closing, you can watch the sunset on the nearby hills and then watch the night scenery of Perth.
Queen Perth Garden has always been associated with Perth's urban development. Initially, it was used as a horse racing venue for entertainment, and later became a base for clay mining and a transitional brick factory. Brickworks provided raw materials for Perth's finest buildings between 1860 and 1890. In 1899, the garden was officially opened to the public, and a statue of Peter Pan was erected, a replica of the famous statue in Kensington Gardens, London. Now, the main focus of the garden is the old clay pit after the transformation of lakes, all kinds of flowers, trees, shrubs, large-scale viewing pavilions, bridges and beautiful flower beds, the scenery is very attractive. It is also an ideal place for a picnic, so that you can stay away from the noise and noise and enjoy peace and quiet. Queen Perth Garden in English style has become a popular place for weddings.