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Stirling Gardens

Stirling Gardens are the oldest gardens in the city.

First used by colonial botanist James Drummond as an acclimatisation garden in the 1830s, the reserve opened as Perth's first botanical garden in 1845.

Kangaroo Sculptures, a water feature, and the fabled May Gibbs' creations Snugglepot and Cuddlepie are some of the interesting aspects of this parkland.


Venue information

Operating hours:


Disabled access: Yes

Location: Cnr Barrack Street & St. Georges Terrace, Perth WA 6000

Contact information

Phone: 08 9461 3333