The Senate Gardens next to the Old Parliament Building in Magna Carta Place are landscaped gardens with formal flower beds, with lawns, a cricket pitch, tennis courts, paths, food kiosks and various gates. The gardens include the Rex Hazlewood Rose Garden, planted in 1931, the Robert Broinowski Garden, commissioned by Broinowski (1877-1959), Clerk of the Senate so that members of parliament would not miss the Treasury Gardens in Melbourne.
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