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Want to know where the best parks and gardens in Melbourne are for enjoying the stunning display of nature as spring comes? I think you should.
Melbourne is a vibrant city, with plenty of arts and culture on offer year-round. For many, Melbourne’s parks provide sanctuary during the relaxed summer months. From the tranquil Fitzroy Gardens to the bustling Edinburgh Gardens, there are plenty of locations to choose from for admiring or perhaps even getting involved in the spiritual aspect of nature.
The St Kilda Botanical Gardens grow and change with the seasons, but they have been tended to by generations of gardeners, who bring new ideas from around the world. The rose garden is a lovely place to stroll through in spring, when the plants are in full bloom. The garden also features an impressive chess board, decorative pond for goldfish (which you can feed if you like!), kids’ play area with slides and swings, shaded gazebo—and glasshouse filled with exotic tropical plants!
This iconic destination in the city welcomes more than 1.5 million visitors each year and is an ideal place to spend spring days. Filled with lawns, trees and flowers flourish here in their natural setting. You’d never expect this kind of space in the middle of a city like Melbourne!
Located just a short distance from the trendy cafes of North Fitzroy, these 140-year old gardens are an idyllic place to enjoy spring. At 24 hectares (or about 60 acres) in size, it’s one of Yarra municipality’s largest parks! It is also home to a number of facilities (such as a skate park, barbecues, table tennis, lawn bowls and tennis courts) and makes for a great way to spend your spring days outdoors!
Jump into spring with a picnic in Carlton Gardens! Also home to The Royal Exhibition Building and the Melbourne Museum, its grounds are among the few Victorian-era parks that remain in central Melbourne.
Fitzroy Gardens is one of Melbourne’s beloved tourist attractions in the city to this day. The gardens, designed in 1859, are a classic Victorian-era design full of magnificent elm trees and lush flowers. Within the Gardens you can see Captain Cook’s Cottage – one of Australia’s most historic buildings, as well as beautiful seasonal flower displays.
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