The Treasury Garden, also known as the Treasury Garden, is a large garden on the east side of the CBD in Melbourne, which is very generous with the adjacent government buildings. Because of its superior position, it has become an important place for festivals, gatherings and gatherings.
In fact, with Captain Cook's cabin and Fitzroy Garden, the scenery is very beautiful!
Treasury Gardens (Treasury Gardens), also known as Fitzroy Gardens, is adjacent to Fitzroy Gardens. It is always pleasant to have such lovely green spaces in high-rise buildings. The park's lawns and trees are dotted with tiny fountains, including Robert Burns Memorial sculptures, John F. Kennedy memorial, William Clarke memorial statues of British politicians, and many Victorian statues of great men.
Particularly beautiful, unique, quiet and peaceful.
It's also fun to go for a walk, take oxygen and relax, and bring food for a picnic.
The park is very close to the Parliament and the old financial building, and its location has become an important place for festivals, gatherings and gatherings. The European trees in the garden line up neatly in the park trail and its surrounding areas. For Melbourne natives, such parks are everywhere and leisure weekends can be easily spent here. Even if you come here in summer, you will feel cool and comfortable. If you are lucky enough, you can see many new couples taking pictures or holding lawn weddings here.
This garden is located on Collins Avenue, sitting in a quiet corner, beautiful scenery, sunshine here, walking, very pleasant!
Located in the southeast of Melbourne's central business district, near Victoria's Capitol Building and Fitzlo Garden, the Treasury Garden covers an area of 5.8 hectares and is listed as Victoria's heritage list for its outstanding 19th century design style and important historical and social role.