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#1 of 100 Nature & Parks in Melbourne
With many events such as the Moonlight Cinema at the botanical gardens, the beautifully kept park made for the perfect couple date location under the beautiful Melbourne city skyline and moon light starry night sky!
The expansive lawns, intimate fern forest, rainforest, bird life and lakes and waterfalls make this a wonderful place to unwind and connect with nature right in the center of the city.
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#2 of 100 Nature & Parks in Melbourne
Wide paths, tall magnificent beautiful trees (I love trees), you feel that you are surrounded by nature soothing your soul as you take a stroll.
This lovely park and gardens is one of my favourites includes the lovely old fairy tree, captions cook cottage, play ground for children while small is cute, small Tudor village and lovely walking paths in both wi...
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#3 of 100 Nature & Parks in Melbourne
There are also walking and running tracks around our parks and gardens and cafes that people can enjoy a coffee and BBQ'S also for a picnic I highly recommend to visit any of our beautiful gardens.
This is nice garden to walk with your family and partner.Well Maintained park with historical statues and monuments.
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#4 of 100 Nature & Parks in Melbourne
Tip: 'Catch' a tram from downtown as it will take you through the University precinct which is dotted with beautiful buildings and private gardens, it then winds its way though a very large native park.
Very scary but very adventurous, so much to see and learn remaining close to nature and animals, an exciting place to explore and share your memory with others, unforgettable.
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#5 of 100 Nature & Parks in Melbourne
Southbank Promenade enhances the famous Yarra River as they meander along together showcasing wonderful buildings cafes and parks.
Living in Melbourne you would think k you would get use to seeing the river and the embankment, but it a lovely Place to walk day or night, it has nature as well as the city to look at, the night view is fantastic...
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#6 of 100 Nature & Parks in Melbourne
Its a nice historical building combined with a beautiful piece of nature which includes, tree lined pathways, ducks, ponds, grassy land for a relaxing time in the midst of the city.
Situated amongst a lush green park and garden, the Royal exhibition building is a lovely historical site, that frequently hosts tours and events.
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#7 of 100 Nature & Parks in Melbourne
Journey I suggest with exploring Acland Street > Lunar Park (if you are keen) > Sunday market if you visit in right timing > St. Kilda Pier, find your spot for sunset and stay until dark to see penguins.
3. Walk from Luna park, a favourite destination 4. Walk from St. Kilda beach, just minutes from there Make sure you reach before sunset.
#8 of 100 Nature & Parks in Melbourne
through our time there, we went to different shows where a keeper / professional guild gives you more insight knowledge about characters of penguins / crocodile kept there, , if you love nature , love sea life, it...
Very easy to get to by free tram if you are visiting Melbourne and cheap parking if you live in Melbourne, just check the website for parking deals, just a short walk from the car park in Flinders Street.
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#9 of 100 Nature & Parks in Melbourne
It is a very friendly park, and you can see lots of lovely plants and flowers, ponds and some local fauna.
The Exhibition buildings make the perfect backdrop for this beautiful park.
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#10 of 100 Nature & Parks in Melbourne
Rivers, farms, paddocks, parks, streams, bush land, city sights, the dock lands, promenades, fast sections, slow sections, busy at times and tranquil others and always beautiful (except for a small section near Ke...
Located on the river trail you can’t miss it...in South Yarra, just past Como Park.
#11 of 100 Nature & Parks in Melbourne
A beautiful park to enjoy a walk in, lots of green space and seating to stop in the sunshine and peace away from the busyness of Melbourne city centre.
A quiet place to spend your day and a very lovely park to visit with your love ones.
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#12 of 100 Nature & Parks in Melbourne
An absolutely surprisingly good Melbourne public park or garden, of an easily accessible size, great location, full of great specimen exotic trees, also plenty of wedding parties on the weekends and in good weather
Treasury garden, located next to old treasury building is an immaculately maintained city park with large space.
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#13 of 100 Nature & Parks in Melbourne
Queens Park has lovely spaces throughout with beautiful gardens, plenty of mature trees providing lovely shade on a warm day and lots of grass space.
I walk through the park every other day and admire the beauty and bless our forebears who had the foresight to plan such a beautiful landscape environment.
#14 of 100 Nature & Parks in Melbourne
Lots of insects, birds, big trees, ferns... Check out maps at Parks Victoria's website.
Sherbrooke Forest is a great place to unwind, breathe some fresh air and simply get back to nature.
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#15 of 100 Nature & Parks in Melbourne
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#16 of 100 Nature & Parks in Melbourne
This year's MPavillion is incredible; Amanda Levete's carbon fibre structure doesn't overpower the park, and yet once you're in it, the effect of the petals above is beautiful.
... designed in the 70's which combines the characteristics of an Egyptian cat with a lion, and the hammer throwing athlete, Don't forget to check out the floral clock which you will find in many English parks.
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#17 of 100 Nature & Parks in Melbourne
Bit of traffic on hot days on beach road - but totally worth it!! Parking on the biggest strip can be a squeeze but its easiest to park up on the smaller parking sections up on beach road and walk down the long pa...
#18 of 100 Nature & Parks in Melbourne
This park gives a good perspective of the city skyline with some lovely old buildings sitting in the foreground.
The park also has a statue of Sir Douglas and Lady Gladys Nicholls, who were prominent campaigners for indigenous rights.
#19 of 100 Nature & Parks in Melbourne
Lots of space, lots of shade and lots of different things to see...water, sculptures, flowers...sit, walk, run, nap..this park is sensational!!!
What a great park to have downtown!
#20 of 100 Nature & Parks in Melbourne
Situated along the Yarra River, the park offers serene walking trails where you are 95% sure of seeing kangaroos, you may glimpse a hairy nose wombat and a cheeky echidna.
Warrandyte State park is a lovely environment close to the city for a day trip, picnic and some great walks.
#21 of 100 Nature & Parks in Melbourne
Perfect for a casual stroll or walking the pets on most days but try to avoid weekends as some sport functions are usually on and tend to ruin the peaceful nature of the park!
This is a beautiful park of Melbourne with great tree lined paths all the way across and throughout.
#22 of 100 Nature & Parks in Melbourne
#23 of 100 Nature & Parks in Melbourne
Park is equipped with children playground makes kids love to spend their time play around in the park.
It's one of Melbourne's newest parks.
#24 of 100 Nature & Parks in Melbourne
Wattle Park is full of mainly native trees, mostly gum trees (eucalypti).
St. Kilda Beach St Kilda 5.2 km away
#2 of 10 Nature & Parks in St Kilda
But we have some great city beaches - Port Melbourne, Albert Park, and the best known, St Kilda Beach Hop on the Number 96 tram from the CBD for the most direct route to St KIlda.
Everything here, beach, bars, cafes, park, beautiful prople, joggers, walkers, boats on the water and skyline and bay views, plus the great weekend market.
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#27 of 100 Nature & Parks in Melbourne
Nice park, great for a run, barbecue, catch up with friends, or just chill and enjoy the sun.
After all the agravatgion of the Sydney Road traffic, it is a pleasant change to stroll in Princes Park, which is always peaceful.. .
#28 of 100 Nature & Parks in Melbourne
The park is light woodland, mainly native vegetation, and plays host to birds and wildlife, including possums.
This park is ideal for walking (alone or with a dog) and is the home to a golf course, children's playground, sporting ovals, the Zoo and the wetlands of Trin Warren Taboore.
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St Kilda Botanical Gardens St Kilda 6.2 km away
#1 of 10 Nature & Parks in St Kilda
Get to the cafeteria around 11am for a nice breakfast which is reasonably priced, nice coffee overlooking the parks gardens and the large lake... just a relaxing atmosphere with children as well....
Cool! Walking distance from St Kilda Library and Luna Park.