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Carlton Gardens

4.3/5
68 Reviews
City ParkUNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
Liked by 5
Open all day.
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 2-3 hours
Address: 1-111 Carlton St, Carlton VIC 3053, Australia
Phone: +61-3-96589658

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Carlton Gardens is a beautiful place for a long, leisurely, walk. The gardens are well kept and lead you to a memorial commemorating Australia's war veterans.

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  • O8310PHpeterl
    O8310PHpeterl
    Melbourne, Australia
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    Beautiful for Covid-19 lock down walks

    Beautiful place to go if you live in the 5KM radius for the lock down at any time. You will forget your troubled , be Mindful and connected to the Trees , flowers and birds, just beautiful

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  • 619jeffry
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    See the changing of the seasons

    The heritage-listed Carlton Gardens were establised in 1880 to encompss the Royal Exbibition Building, which is one of the world's oldest surviving.exhibition pavilions. The Gardens also take in the m...

    Reviewed on /Date(1591498094000+0800)/
  • 2017Ravs4
    2017Ravs4
    Hua Hin, Prachuap Khiri Khan Province
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    Lovely gardens to walk around

    We walked through the gardens, it was a lovely place to walk around. As with the rest of Melbourne it’s very easy to walk.

    Reviewed on /Date(1583923155000+0800)/
  • zelda303
    zelda303
    Sydney, New South Wales
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    Lovely trees and amazin public buildings

    Lovely trees many European and beautifully tended flower beds. If you have mobility issue Melbourne Parks are difficult as there is usually no bike riding and you will need your own all-terrain wheelc...

    Reviewed on /Date(1581849728000+0800)/
  • jonsB8720AR
    jonsB8720AR
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    Park

    This is a beautiful park close to the CBD in Melbourne. It has an abundance of trees and flowers. Nice place to go and relax after being in the city

    Reviewed on /Date(1581572460000+0800)/

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Introduction

You can't miss Carlton Gardens, a World Heritage Site, on your next trip to Melbourne, Australia. Although you must travel to the outskirts of the city to visit, it is well worth the trip as these gardens encompass the Royal Exhibition Building and Melbourne Museum. You can enjoy the contrast the gardens provide from the city of Melbourne, as here you can hike, walk, play tennis and cycle. While you hike, cycle, or simply enjoy nature, your kids can attend the Children's Traffic School and learn about safety. Best of all, your visit to the Carlton Gardens boasts free admission.
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