National Rose Garden
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The gardens were officially restored and re-opened in December 2004 following their decline after the Parliament moved to the new Parliament House in 1988. The Gardens incorporate tennis courts and a bowling green and are listed on the National Heritage List. They were originally used for outdoor parties associated with official visits and at the opening sessions of Parliament.
- Listing on the National Heritage List (provides detailed information)
- Minister for Territories's speaking notes at re-opening of the gardens
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