Alexandra Gardens offer a picturesque setting and rotunda. This makes the gardens ideal for functions.
- Seating and tables
- Toilets (near the gardens inside Kew Library and only open during library opening hours)
70 Cotham Road, Kew 3101
There is street parking available along Cotham Road and Gellibrand Street.
The gardens are 400 m from Kew Junction shopping centre.
About the gardens
A fine example of a Federation landscape, the gardens feature expansive lawn areas surrounded by beautiful avenues of mature trees creating shady glades and pools of dappled sunlight.
Deep foliage and shrub borders surrounding the gardens offer brilliant splashes of seasonal colour. These magnificent gardens have a perennial border as a backdrop and a decorative rotunda overlooking the lily pond.
Named after Queen Alexandra, the gardens opened in 1908 and are designed in the formal style typical of the early 1900s.