When you visit Federation Square, you must continue to walk east to this garden. You can go down the stairs next to the Princess Bridge. On one side of this park is the Yarra River. There are many rowing boats on the river. In the garden, you can see beautiful lawns and colorful plants. When we were there, we saw locals and their families picnicking in the open air. What a warm sight!
The Alexander Garden behind the Princess Bridge is full of green grass. The pedestrian path next to the garden not only offers views of the Yarra River, but also views of Melbourne city centre. The pedestrian path by the garden not only offers views of the Yarra River, but also views of Melbourne’s city centre
Children can have a picnic on the grass and feed the swans here! The park is located next to the train station. There is a large grassland here, suitable for picnics. There are plenty of parking spaces next to the park. Self-driving tourists can park here. There is a river next to the park, there are a lot of swans, and the scenery is pleasant, very resigned.
After having brunch, I set off to see the scenic spots full of energy.
The guide said that there are no attractions in Melbourne, and the biggest one is the Royal Botanic Garden in Melbourne, so we walked all the way.
Go through a few smaller parks to the Royal Botanic Garden.
And this Alexander Garden is the first small park we passed through.
In fact, the garden is not small, but comparatively speaking, I think it has nothing special. It can be regarded as an oasis in the city, a good place for citizens to relax.
Unfortunately, as a tourist, I walked around and felt that except for the lake next to it, it was really ordinary.
But it is rare to have such a large green space in the city.
It’s fun to go for a walk in a place with a lot of natural plants, take oxygen to relax, and bring food for a picnic.
The beautiful garden has many beautiful trees and plants. A good place to sit and think. I like such a calm atmosphere! In the garden, you can see beautiful lawns and colorful plants. When we were there, we saw locals and their families picnicking in the open air. What a warm sight!