I would definitely recommend a walk thru Stewart Park in Perth. The Tay river runs thru it a great place to sit for a peaceful rest or to go on a nice stroll. There is also a nice statue of the famous Equestrian horse Big Ben and the rider Ian Millar who is from Perth.
On a recent visit to Perth my friend took me to this wonderful park it is very well maintained and a pleasure to walk around .People of all ages enjoying themselves young mums and babies ,grandparents entertaining grandchildren ,schoolchildren people on boats on the river dog walkers ,business men talking a stroll and young ladies doing yoga .Lots of plaques... 更多
Don't miss it - families, dogs, lovers & weekend weddings, Peaceful strolls & views - take your pick. This gem is enhanced by the Tay River and is the spiritual centre of Perth's character. and if you get a park side room at the Best Western, open your window to enjoy another perspective.
Such a lovely park! Fabulous for wedding photography, family gatherings. Many festivals during the year, the largest being the Stewart Park Festival in July. A wonderful place to sit by the water on a hot summer day, or enjoy a family picnic, sit and knit under a tree with friends or enjoy reading a book. After visiting shops around town... 更多
The paths along the waterway and the little bridges over it made for an interesting walk. The grounds were well kept and the area was nicely treed.
On visiting Perth on a whim as we stayed at Murphy's Point Provincial Park, we stumbled upon this quaint and lovely town park. Meticulously manicured lawns and gardens, a stream that winds through it and picturesque bridges mean that it's hard to take a bad picture here. People were friendly too just walking and enjoying the warm sunny weather.
Very scenic with arched bridges over the rivers. Well maintained with plenty of bench's and picnic tables. Old grist mill borders the river at one place. Weeping Willows hanging over the river. Easy walking
This is a beautiful green space with a nice pond and a few small bridges. Must see if you are in Perth, at least in the summer. Also of note: if you have smaller kids, there is a very nice playground across the street (Mill Street, I believe) from one of the sides of the park.