Monday, 27 February 2012

Hidden Places


This attractive little garden is only for those privileged enough to gain entry to Parliament House. It sits atop, and looks down on, the gallery area between the old and new buildings which contains the fountain and exhibition space. You can see its rooftop location in the photo below taken a few years ago from a nearby building which was open during "Sydney Open". I think you can visit the roof garden as part of the free tour of Parliament House. I've worked in the building in the past and, this time, was making a delivery to one of the offices and realised that once you got through security you could also access the garden.




6 comments:

diane b said...

Its a wonder you didn't get told not to take photos.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Love the view in the second photo Ann. Umm! I know we're behind over here in the west Ann, but Monday?? We're not that far behind haha!

Jim said...

An oasis in the concrete jungle.

AL said...

Good for the privileged, and good you got pictures!

Mark said...

The Power, the Privilege. Great shots of an exclusive garden. I knew it existed but I have never seen pics before. Thanks Ann.

NixBlog said...

Nothing but the best for our pollies...