This venue remains a hidden treasure at the end of the State Botanic Garden. A tranquil and shady setting, it features the Roe memorial which bears a bronze plate depicting one of the earliest maps of Perth. Built in 1956 and constructed of hewn granite in hexagonal form, it was named after John Septimus Roe; who was responsible for surveying and apportioning the land in Perth.
This gently sloping site offers tranquil, shady grassed areas with spectacular views and the stunning Place of Reflection.
|Features||Ideal for groups with limited mobility, private, great views, two areas of use in one booking (Marlee Pavilion and Roe Gardens).|
|Precinct||Western Australian Botanic Garden|
|Availability||This venue has limited availability during the annual Kings Park Festival and Summer Events Season.|
|Power||Available at Marlee Pavilion.|
|Shelter||Available at Marlee Pavilion.|
|Access||Easily accessed from Roe Carpark.|
|Parking||Roe Carpark, Forrest Drive|
|Toilets||Short walk to toilets|
|Seating||Limited bench seating throughout the area.|
Special conditions apply. Please download the Application Package below and contact the Bookings Officer.