Queens Gardens (Queen's Garden Perth) is located on the Swan River (Swan River), east of the Western Australian capital city.
Queens Gardens has been associated with Perth urban development, initially as a horse racing venue for entertainment, later as a base, for clay mining and transitioning to brick factories, and providing raw materials for Perth best buildings between 1860 and 1890. Queens Gardens was converted into a city garden and officially opened in 1899, setting up a statue of peter pan, a replica of the famous statue in london's kensington garden (Kensington Gardens). Now, the main focus of the garden is the old clay pit after the transformation of lakes, all kinds of flowers, trees, shrubs, large viewing pavilions, bridges and beautiful flower beds, the scenery is very charming. It is also an ideal place for picnics to keep you away from noise and noise and enjoy peace and quiet. The British style Perth Queen's Garden has become a popular venue for wedding.