Parks In Melbourne

Royal Botanic Gardens

Alexandra Avenue, Melbourne
The Royal Botanic Gardens are a picturesque haven for recreation and an important resource for education, conservation &  science . Whether you want to have BBQ,Picnic ,Jog or walk , Royal Botanic Gardens is the place.

Treasury Gardens

2-18 Spring Street, East Melbourne
The Treasury Gardens provide a tranquil green edge to Spring Street and are a picturesque segue to the Fitzroy Gardens, just over Lansdowne Street.

Queen Victoria Gardens

St Kilda Road, Melbourne
The Queen Victoria Gardens are part of the Domain Parklands, taking up a peaceful triangle of land just across St Kilda Road from the Arts Centre Melbourne.

Queensbridge Square

1A Queensbridge Street, Southbank
Queensbridge Square is a pedestrian plaza beside the Yarra River, featuring the postmodern Red Stair amphitheatre and riverside landscaped garden beds.

Royal Park

Flemington Road, Parkville
Royal Park is the largest of Melbourne’s parks, covering 170 hectares, and its wide open spaces make it hard to believe you are still in the city.

Shrine of Remembrance Reserve

St Kilda Road, Melbourne
With the Shrine of Remembrance at its heart, the Shrine Reserve features numerous memorials and civic monuments, and is a part of the Domain Parklands.

Trin Warren Tam-boore

Oak Street / Manningham Street , Adjacent to Royal Park, Parkville

Victoria Green

70 Import Lane, Docklands

Yarra Park

Brunton Avenue, Jolimont
Yarra Park is at the heart of Melbourne’s Sports and Entertainment Precinct, and surrounds Australia’s sporting mecca, the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG).

Alexandra Gardens

St Kilda Road, Melbourne
On the south bank of the Yarra River, the Alexandra Gardens connect to Kings Domain, the Domain parklands and the landscaped Royal Botanic Gardens.

Batman Park

2A Spencer Street, Melbourne

Birrarung Marr

Batman Avenue, Melbourne
Birrarung Marr, on the Yarra River’s north bank next to Federation Square, is Melbourne’s newest major park. Opened in 2002, it hosts events and festivals.

Carlton Gardens

1-111 Carlton Street, Carlton
Designed for the Melbourne International Exhibition of 1880, the Royal Exhibition Building and surrounding Carlton Gardens are World Heritage listed.

City Square

44-86 Swanston Street, Melbourne


Conservatory, Fitzroy Gardens, Wellington Parade, East Melbourne
Built in classic Spanish Mission style, the Fitzroy Garden’s lovely Conservatory building opened in March 1930. The Conservatory exhibits five floral displays each year.

Docklands Park

1-91 Harbour Esplanade, Docklands
It has free barbecue facilities, public art and the Play Journey interactive playground.

Fitzroy Gardens

230-298 Wellington Parade, East Melbourne
East Melbourne’s Fitzroy Gardens are one of the city’s most historic and aesthetically pleasing gardens.

Kings Domain

Alexandra Avenue, Melbourne
The Domain Parklands include Kings Domain, Government House Reserve, Shrine of Remembrance Reserve and the Royal Botanic Gardens, extending to the river.

Parliament Gardens Reserve

489-531 Albert Street, East Melbourne
This small triangular park is a pleasant respite at the Spring Street end of town, with views of Parliament House, Eastern Hill and St Patrick’s Cathedral.

Princes Park

200-590 Royal Parade, Carlton North
Princes Park is a major sports and recreation ground, home to the Carlton football club’s training ground plus bowling, cricket and tennis facilities.
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