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A wonderful garden set in the shadows of the Royal Exhibition Building, which holds many events year round. The gardens offers a nice and peaceful atmosphere just outside the CBD, perfect for walking, relaxing or even to take a picnic.
The gardens are on the north-eastern edge of the Melbourne's Central Business District. It's an easy walk from the city centre or you can by several different trams. The Melbourne Museum and the historic Exhibition Building are also here. It's just one of several gardens...More
While I intentionally went to Australia at the start of spring to avoid its punishing summer, that did not mentally translate to me understanding that, therefore, the Carlton Gardens would likely be lackluster. Indeed, there were few flowers, and many of the trees were bare....More
The gardens are located in the northern fringe of Melbourne's CBD. They are easily accessible by Tram or reasonable walking distance from most CBD locations. Highlights include the Exhibition Building, Melbourne Museum, and the well designed gardens.
Carlton Garden is a perfect place to have you picnic lunch or enjoying the greenery in the heart of Melbourne. Pay attention and you may catch a glimps of a possum napping on tree branches.
If you interested to added some insghtful knowledge on Melbourne...More
The Carlton Gardens, a World Heritage Site, is near the Melbourne Central Business District and covers 26 hectares.
Sited within the gardens are the Royal Exhibition Building, the Melbourne Museum, a cinema, tennis courts and an award-winning children's playground.
This was an enjoyable relaxing visit...More
Very pretty gardens provide locals and tourists alike a lovely place in which to come and relax.
The majestic world-heritage-listed Royal Exhibition Building is located within this wonderful garden, it was on 9 May 1901, that the Royal Exhibition Building hosted the opening of the...More
Nice enough park without being anything special. It houses the Royal Exhibition Building which is an attractive building and the Melbourne Museum. You can get here via the free city circular tram nr. 35. Not as a big an area as we had anticipated but...More