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Nestled by the sea, complete with rare trees, a formal palm avenue and a charming Edwardian ornamental lake amongst its many attractions, the Williamstown Botanic Gardens, opened in 1860, is a peaceful place to enjoy a picnic, stroll the intricate...more
Corner of Osborne and Giffard Streets, Williamstown, Hobsons Bay, Victoria 3016, Australia
All reviews quiet spot interesting plants picnic lunch great place to visit wedding photos big trees maintained garden small garden sunny day beautiful flowers nearby beach elm tree hot days away from the hustle and bustle read a book flower beds summer heat
Great place where you can escape from the open beaches etc. It is quiet and some great shady patches. The plants themselves are well presented, but nothing amazingly unusual or exciting about them (for an amazing Botanic Gardens go to the Royal Melbourne Botanic Gardens)....More
We had our wedding under the elm tree and it was perfect. The weather played a big part as it was quite warm so plenty of shade. Wedding photos look beautiful amongst the gardens and nearby beach and pier! Remember to book area with council.
I had a pleasant morning walking through the gardens. So many things were flowering that I had not seen before and some interesting bird life was visiting. Some toilets are close by through the L A Parker Reserve
Stunning spot all year round, lots of lovely places for a picnic, lay on the sun or kicking the ball around. I’ve been to a couple of kids parties here and would be a stunning place to get married too.
How Beautiful! A lovely spot to take the rug or the chair & sit or lie down, read a book or meditate. Well done to the local Council who take good care of it. Some interesting plants & flowers you don't see everyday, too. Shhh,...More
While a small Garden, I have visited many around the world and this is my favourite - some of the trees seem as tall as the park is wide, and the undulating paths lead to multiple areas of privacy and intimacy, in an incredibly well...More