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It's been a long summer and yet Melbourne's Kings Domain park has shady trees with plenty of flowering plants and lush green grass where you can enjoy being out of the sun.Plenty of pathways to explore the Shrine, the views of Melbourne and the various...More
There is much to see here, with a number of memorials, lawns, gardens, and a fountain. There is the statue of Australia's first Governor General, the Victorian Mounted Rifles Memorial, the Weary Dunlop Memorial, and the Police Memorial. It is easy walking and there are...More
Victoria prides itself on being the Garden State, and the King's Domain Gardens are surely a showpiece. There are too many features to list, but amongst the most prominent are the Sidney Myer Music Bowl and the Shrine of Remembrance, dedicated to those men and...More
This park was established in 1854. There are both native Australian trees and non-native trees which are large beautiful examples of their species. The paths are wide and open and the lawn is well maintained. There are some memorials scatter around and the Shrine of...More
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