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Map showing Queen Gardens

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The site of Queen's Gardens has been closely associated with the physical and social development of the City of Perth, initially as part of the commonage which was used for recreation purposes including horse racing and later as a clay mine and brickworks. The bricks produced between 1860 and 1890, went into several of Perth's most prominent buildings. These buildings include the Perth Town Hall, Pensioners Barracks of which the arch remains (Barracks Arch) and the Cloisters building.

The gardens were officially opened in 1899 and named Queens Gardens after Queen Victoria in honour of her Diamond Jubilee.

The main features of the gardens include water lily-filled lakes (the old clay pits), massed displays of flowers, manicured lawns and a large variety of trees and shrubs, a park bench made famous in the movie “Notting Hill” and a replica of the Peter Pan statue that is located in Kensington Gardens, London.

Queens Gardens is a popular wedding venue, an open rotunda is the favoured location.

Facilities:
- Seating
Rotunda
- Drinking fountains
- Toilets
- Street Parking
- Recommended Wedding Venue

Attractions:
- Peter Pan statue

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