Tucked away to the west of the city is a delightful garden that dates back to 1900. Named after a respected city architect ... More
Harold Boas Gardens
Tucked away to the west of the city is a delightful garden that dates back to 1900. Named after a respected city architect and former Perth councilor, Harold Boas, the garden is a creative haven to take a break. There are a number of lakes and waterfalls that add to its character and some beautiful heritage trees and shrubs. There are plenty of grassed areas to lounge around on and a children's playground for the kids to release their energy. Amenities include toilets and drinking fountains.
Located just seconds from the Perth central train station, the Western Australian Art Galley houses a mix of indigenous, historical
and contemporary works of art. It features a number of permanent and rotating displays and regularly hosts traveling and ...
Amid the hustle and bustle of the city is a tranquil sanctuary reminiscent of the private gardens dotted throughout London.
Enclosed by a wrought iron fence, manicured lawns, flower displays, trees, scrubs and water lily filled lakes create a ...
Western Australia's largest winemaker, the Houghton, produced its first commercial vintage in 1859. The grounds here are delightful with picturesque
gardens and heritage buildings that house the wine cellar. Western Australia's only bush ranger, Moondyne Joe, was supposedly captured ...