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Queen's Gardens, Perth, Western Australia

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Title: Queen's Gardens, Perth, Western Australia
Series/Report no.: 77 photographs of land in Western Australia, c. 1890-1902.
View of Queen's Gardens, East Perth, opened in 1899, on the site of a former claypit. The area has been planted with lawns and deciduous trees such as weeping willows. The park is equipped with paths, benches, a rustic bridge and a lifebuoy. On the water, black swans and white birds are watched by a boy wearing knickerbockers. Visible in the distance are various buildings including a very long structure that is possibly an exhibition hall, and an ornate building with a mansard roof.
Other Identifiers: K328


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