This park has some of the loveliest trees one could hope to see and the pathways through the leafy groves are an absolute pleasure to wander along. The flowers in the exquisite Pearson Conservatory, a classical piece of Victorian architecture that has recently been beautifully refurbished, are a joy to behold. The outdoor theatre too, is a delight to look at, surrounded as it is by a tangle of trees, giving the impression that one is sitting in a rustic playhouse carved out of the primeval forest! The Prince Alfred's Guard War Memorial is a strikingly poignant monument to the soldiers who died of wounds in several wars and campaigns of the 19th Century. The park is well maintained, but there is no evidence of any security personnel and I would not recommend visiting it alone.
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