We were near the end of the himalayan poppy flowering season at Branklyn, and they must have been magnificent a couple of weeks earlier (a national collection). Nevertheless, the visit was very worthwhile and we spent nearly two hours there.
We walked from Perth city, over the railway bridge. The signposting to the gardens is poor, though, so when you get to the end of the bridge you should carry straight ahead and then turn left up a steep path with steps. The gardens are more or less across the road, but slightly to the right, when you reach the top of the steps. There is a path suitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs, but it is a lot further round.
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