Cnr Barrack Street & Riverside Drive
08 9461 3333
Supreme Court Gardens is Perth's oldest garden which opened in 1845 as a botanical garden. Supreme Court Gardens in Perth incorporates a large area which originally was the Stirling Gardens which was later transformed into a larger botanical garden. Supreme Court Gardens of today is this larger botanical garden plus some other adjoining parts.
Supreme Court Gardens in Perth, Australia, is a massive garden area incorporating within it the Stirling Gardens and the Government House Gardens, the original Swan River wall, the Francis Burt Library and the Supreme Court buildings. This predominant place for sightseeing in Perth features a ground almost fully covered with grass with numerous flower displays and large palms.
Supreme Court Gardens is a prominent tourist attraction in Perth. Hence to fulfill the basic needs of the visitors to the park it offers facilities like seating, lighting, public toilets and drinking water. Some major highlights of the park are the events like the opera in the park and carols by candlelight in the summer months. Another notable part in the Supreme Court Gardens is the kangaroo sculptures and the water feature in the Stirling Gardens.
Supreme Court Gardens is conveniently located in the corner of Barrack Street and Riverside Drive in Perth.
The Supreme Court Gardens is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.