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Campus gardens you should visit before you graduate

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Curtin is home to a range of beautiful gardens, each with its own unique atmosphere. Scroll down to discover some of Curtin’s best gardens, what’s so great about them and where to find them on campus.

A luscious rainforest garden on campus

Malaysian Garden

This is the perfect spot to catch up with a friend or have some peaceful alone time on campus. Grab a pal or a good book and relax in one of the comfy swing chairs.

Where: Outside Buildings 101 and 109

Japanese Garden

Visiting this tranquil space feels almost like stepping into a real Japanese botanical garden. Breathe in the smell of jasmine, listen to the sound of trickling water and watch the koi fish swim around.

Where: Building 401

Sculpture Garden

Situated in one of the busier areas of campus, this is a great spot to hang out between classes. While you’re there, be sure to check out some of the sculptures and grab a bite to eat from one of the nearby food trucks.

Where: Opposite the Guild Building (106F)

Spiritual Garden

Feeling overwhelmed? Even if you’re not spiritual, this secluded garden is the perfect quiet place to sit, reflect and reset.

Where: Between Buildings 307 and 308

Mediterranean Garden

As well as lush greenery, this garden has plenty of shady seating options and is a great place to meet up with friends on your lunch break.

Where: Building 202­

Written by mass communications student Kelsey Tang