Old Parliament House Gardens
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Listing last updated on 23 Jan 2017.
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
The Old Parliament House Gardens are located in the heart of the Parliamentary Zone on either side of Old Parliament House. The Gardens have been restored to their former glory, enhanced with the introduction of features such as seating pavilions, pergolas, rose arbours, pathways, gateways and the refurbishment of the tennis courts and bowling green.
The Old Parliament House Gardens are comprised of two separate gardens, within each are located two rose gardens:
House of Representatives Garden
Ladies Rose Garden (Hybrid Tea and Floribunda roses)
Macarthur Rose Garden (China, Tea and Noisette roses)
Broinowski Rose Garden (Shrub roses)
Rex Hazlewood Rose Garden (Asian and European history of the rose, includes roses by Australian rose breeder Alister Clark)
The Old Parliament House Gardens are open to the public year round:
Summer hours (during daylight savings): 7am to 8pm
Winter hours: 7am to 5pm