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The Gardens are a pleasant place for a walk in most weathers. I like to drop in on the floral clock to see what is in flower, but it is also cool in the hot weather, with lawns to sit on (handy for picnics) and...More
Passed by this queenly park on our way to the National Gallery. By now, every tourist should have been accustomed to this popular queen of England whose reign saw the expansion of the British Empire. Don't miss the floral clock donated by a group of...More
Australians often take to their hearts things which others might consider a tad cheesy, such as Abba. The floral clock is one such thing. The clock was donated to the park by a group of Swiss watchmakers in 1966 and Melburnians have taken a liking...More
Queen Victoria Gardens opened in 1905 a few years after her death in 1901. There is a nice statue memorial of Queen Victoria on the highest point of the garden with the Queen looking out over the ornamental lakes and lawns and rose gardens. In...More
This lovely garden has an eclectic mix of statues. Apart from the Statue of Queen Victoria you can find bronzes of water children playing by the stream. The Genie' designed in the 70's which combines the characteristics of an Egyptian cat with a lion, and...More
Really beautiful gardens with two large ponds where you can sit and relax - one has a waterfall and another has pretty statues. There is a large statue of Queen Victoria and stunning views of the city area, in amongst the beautiful flowers and trees....More