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We started our visit to Melbourne by exploring these gardens while waiting to check into our hotel. They are absolutely beautiful and very well laid out. We went back at night to see the possums who hang out here, very neat to see. A gem...More
How wonderful to have this in the middle of a great city! Beautiful open, green spaces which are lovely to just sit and enjoy on a sunny day or enjoy a walk or jog along the maze of pathways. History in amongst this park is...More
I had just finished running the 1/2 marathon yesterday in melb found my family and we decided to get away from all the crowds at the MCG and along the river by taking a wander in these beautiful gardens
Lovely relaxing walk and finished with...More
Although we are regular visitors to Melbourne, we had never visited Fitzroy Gardens. This changed on our latest trip and we were pleasantly surprised by the beauty and extensive nature of the gardens. We particularly enjoyed Cook's Cottage, the miniature Tudor Village and the Fairies...More
I found these grounds to be even more beautiful and charming than the Botanical Gardens (though smaller of course). The Tudor Model and the Fairy Tree was very cute. I would recommend coming here for a relaxing picnic, or perhaps to take a short break...More