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n mQueens Gardens

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42-62 Nelson Cres East Perth, Perth, Western Australia 6004 Australia
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Craig wrote a review Oct. 2020
Woollamia, Australia11 contributions6 helpful votes
Perth has many wonderful parks. This is another one. It is a little bit hidden away, which makes it a go to place during the busier tourist season for me. But during quieter times I prefer kings park
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Perth72 wrote a review Oct. 2020
Perth, Australia56 contributions6 helpful votes
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A lovely and very well maintained garden tucked away in Perth amongst them city. If you need to get out of the office and enjoy the serenity then this is a nice place to walk and relax.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Diflyhi wrote a review Sep. 2020
Perth, Australia226 contributions35 helpful votes
Any walk through a city should include visiting the gardens, especially those that have been established for a long time. This one is spacious with winding paths and there is the seat made famous in the movie "Notting Hill". A Peter Pan statue overlooks a lovely lake and when we were, there black swans and cygnets were enjoying the sunshine.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Chizzel wrote a review Jun. 2020
Perth, Australia2,054 contributions927 helpful votes
Being so close to work, I either pass by or stop for a break regularly. This is a small but attractive park with lots of wildlife. It has a lake and lots of grassed area where you can just lay back and enjoy the tranquillity. It is situated next to the WACA and the CAT bus stops right next door to the park so it is easy to access by free transportation. As it is also in East Perth its an easy walk to the Casino via the causeway. This is hidden away and not easy to spot if you didn't know it was there. It's also next door to the Gloucester Park trotting ground. Worth a visit.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Jeffry b wrote a review May 2020
Essendon, Australia6,703 contributions1,973 helpful votes
Queens Gardens are best known for the statue of Peter Pan, taken from J M Barrie's classic story. Generations of Perth children have examined the Peter Pan statue closely, trying to find the fairies.. There's also the "Notting Hill bench," supposedly derived from the film. Queens Gardens has lots of ponds -- that's because the area was a brickwoks with claypits from 1860 to 1890. Many of Perth's heritage buidlings, including the Town Hall, were constructed with bricks from Queens Gardens. The Gardens are in the East of the city, it's a good place for morning tea.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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