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Visit Melbourne's inner-city oasis. Over 10,000 plant species from around the world are presented in a kaleidoscope of colour and texture. Sweeping lawns, tranquil lakes and majestic trees are home to an amazing range of wildlife.
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I went for Punting on the Lake, which was great, and then had a good walk around the gardens, shopped at the gift shop and had tea at the tearooms. In the Xmas holidays there is usually performances of Wind in the Willows also.
After visiting the Shrine of Remembrance my wife and I strolled around the gardens soaking up the sun, enjoying the magnificent flora displays which culminated in a punt around the lake rowed/punted by a very informative guide, reasonably priced ($25 per head for approx 30...More
I personally ain’t a flower or tree viewer and have never been interested in this type of stuff, but I attended the botanic garden for a family picnic and fell in love the amount of wildlife and wildness in this location was amazing. I can’t...More
the Botanic gardens of Melbourne are certainly worth a visit. The plants are beautiful, there are small ponds and there are labels explaining where the different plants come from. You can have a stroll or lie down in one of the prairies. A green, quiet...More
We visited this park on a beautiful afternoon and took tons of puctures. Our 5-year old was tored and bored after a while since the playarea here has no swings (just a sand pit and some trees/and murky looking water areas)...
Besides that, the flora...More
Response from RBGVictoria | Property representative |
Hi Catherine B,
We have a great Children's Garden at Melbourne Gardens. I'm unable to paste the link here, but head to our website and search under "Attractions" under "Visit Melbourne".
Hope to see you soon!