Supreme Court Gardens
The stunning Supreme Court Gardens are part of an important open space area in the City’s Central Business District.
More than 100 years old, the garden is semi-enclosed by mature trees and gardens and was formed following the reclamation of the Swan River shallows in 1903.
It was planted as gardens back in 1920.
Merging with Stirling Gardens, the Supreme Court Gardens contain both the Supreme Court (1903) and the oldest building in the City of Perth; the old Court House.
The gardens received an extensive upgrade in 2015.
Cnr Barrack Street and Riverside Drive
Perth WA 6000