"Parliament House Gardens" Top 5 Page for this destination Parks / Gardens / National parks. Tip by seamandrew

  Plenty of flowers adorn Parliament square.
by seamandrew

Parliament House Gardens is in the historic Salamanca area and is framed with sweeping annual displays, oaks, elms, limes and plane trees.This little park across from the Brooke Street Pier and adjacent to the Hobart Parliamentary House is a great place to sit down, relax and watch the time pass by. With it's beautifal lawns, tall trees, plenty of shade and bountiful gardens, it's sure to please all. Who knows you may get to see some famous Hobart official or other Australian politician leaving the building. Be sure to enjoy a walk amongst the 150-year-old majestic oak trees.

Directions: Between Salamanca Place and Murray Street where the Castray Esplanade begins.

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  • Updated Sep 5, 2004
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