Gardens and Parks in Melbourne

Explore the Greener Sides of Melbourne

Rivalry is the fuel that drives Australian cities and this rivalry also provides a reason to make these cities better. The 3.8 million strong city of Melbourne may not be as dazzling as dazzling as Sydney but it certainly score a point with its multicultural population and being one of the most “liveable cities” tag. The razzle- dazzle and glamour and glitz of Sydney might be missing here but the city has verdant parks green patches which are not so common in Sydney. This cultural capital of Australia offers you a pleasant surprise with its verdant parklands. Here we are summing a few of them.

Birrarung Marr:
Situated on the banks of Yarra River, Birrarung Marr is designed in a way so that it can cater major events and festivals attended by large crowd. With presence of different kinds of plant and design to make room for audience, this park showcases a style which is differently elegant.

Domain Parklands:
Lined with historic monuments and old tree Domain parklands offers you an experience where you can have best of nature. Explore the parkland on foot.

Fitzroy and Treasury Gardens
If you are looking for a park where you can relax and recreate while being close to nature your search ends at Fitzroy and Treasury Gardens which is also a highly preferred place for Melburnians. It a nice place to spend some time.

Carlton Gardens:
Decked with French fountains, trees and flower beds; Carlton Gardens’ inclusion to the list of World Heritage sites is a well deserved honour. The garden which was designed for Melbourne International Exhibition of 1880 is one of the major draw cards in the city.

With so much to offer in the form of gardens and parklands; you have more options to explore when your flights to Melbourne touches down.