4 mentions in Parks and gardens in Melbourne?
Whitney S. said, "... Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne south of the Yarra River, an easy walk from the CBD/Flinders St Station. So good and so vast, that you could spend a week reading in different spots. That said Melbourne, and Australia in general, is exceptionally good at preserving..." See More
Duyen P. said, "...Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne are home of more than 12 000 different species of plants. The garden is a great place for relaxing and important resource for education, conservation, science and horticulture. Fitzroy Gardens Fitzroy Gardensis one of the..." See More
2 mentions in Outdoorsy activities to do in Melbourne?
Christine and Jules - D. said, "...well as Wilsons Promontory. If you want to feel like you're in nature, but stay in the city, don't miss the Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne. Check out our Melbourne bucket list if you want some more ideas/ descriptions of those areas. We're leaving..." See More
1 mention in Suggestions for a first timer in Melbourne?
1 mention in Best Things to visit in Australia ?
Chiara B. said, "...green areas where you will easily find locals jogging and enjoying some fresh air. We enjoyed our free visit to the Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne and to the National Gallery of Victoria We liked strolling around Fitzroy. It’s an interesting neighborhood hippie style with..." See More
1 mention in Solo travel in Melbourne or Sydney?
Craig L. said, "...(Princess Theatre, Regent Theatre, Arts Centre, Malvern Tennis Centre, Etihad Stadium, Palais Theatre) Carols by Candlelight (outdoor Christmas Carol venue in Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne) Moonlight Cinema in Royal Botanical Gardens Shakespeare plays in Botanical Gardens Sport – Soccer, golf, running, horse racing..." See More