Map showing Stirling Gardens

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Stirling Gardens are Perth’s oldest public gardens. The gardens, named after Governor James Stirling, were originally used as an acclimatisation garden where many of its mature specimens were raised from seed. Grapes and other important fruits were first grown here. In 1845 it was opened as a botanical garden and some original trees planted still stand within the Gardens today.

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