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It is next to the Royal Botanic Garden of Melbourne and just walking distance from Flinders st. It is very convenient for visitors to go to this place. This is a garden where you can be closer to our mother earth to listen to the...More
Situated by the Royal Botanical Gardens this is another example of an oasis of peace and tranquility in a busy city. The flora offers welcome shade in the heat of the Melbourne summers and the variety of plants is stunning. Well worth a gentle stroll...More
These are large gardens that run down St Kilda Road and border the Royal Botanic Gardens and are quite beautiful in their own right with a number of interesting places to walk and some interesting statues and fountains. Pick a nice sunny day.
King's domain garden is located in between Victoria garden ( another small park ) and Shrine of Remembrance, it can be easily accessible through st Kilda rd near National Gallery of arts.
Well maintained park with lots of free space , monuments and statues.
Government House Open Day saw us walking through King Domain Gardens on the way to and from Government House. I love these gardens and have visited on many occasions. It is a great place for a picnic, a wander or a kick of the footy....More
We walked through the King's Domain Gardens on our way to the Government House. Nice greenery to walk through - and very clean. The Botanic Gardens (which are further south from the King's Domain) had more flowers. Kings Domain was mainly greenery.
part of a group of gardens known as the domain parklands (queen victoria gardens,alexandra gardens,the shrine & botanic gardens) the kings domain is a great attraction in itself. features many interesting memorials as well as a replica of
La Trobe cottage. walking thru the domain...More
This is a very large area which covers Government House, The Shrine and Sidney Myer Music Bowl. It covers 36 Acres and was established in 1854. It is an amazing area and one might suspect that most people in Melbourne have never walked through the...More