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Fitzroy GardensNearby City

Fitzroy Gardens

4.5/5132 Reviews
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Ranked #1 in Melbourne Wedding Photo Locations
Open 24 hours (Local time)
"Fitzroy Gardens is the most famous garden in Melbourne. The garden used to be a quarry when Melbourne was built, and the stone became a garden after lighting. It is a large area of green land with towering trees beside the boulevard. In winter, the leaves of the trees have almost fallen, and the branches suddenly embrace the sky with hands, accompanied by the golden leaves on the roadside and lawn, which are as beautiful as oil paintings under the sunlight. The entire garden is rectangular, and these roads form a "meter" shape, making the garden a huge British flag, which is said to be the most striking from the sky. The most famous attraction in the garden is Captain Cook's cottage, which is the oldest white relic in Australia. Captain Cook was the first British who landed on the Australian mainland in 1770 and declared it a British territory, and is regarded as the founder of Australia. On the 100th anniversary of the founding of Melbourne in 1934, an industrialist bought Cook’s former residence in the UK, disassembled it and transported it to Melbourne in 253 boxes, and then restored it as it was. There is a bronze statue of Cook on the side of the cottage. . If it is in spring, the quaint cottage is under the shade of flowers and big trees, Australia’s history and beauty blend together, and the scenery is even more beautiful."
Victoria State Rose GardenNearby City

Victoria State Rose Garden

4.4/55 Reviews
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"Victoria State Rose Garden Victoria State Rose Garden is located in Melbourne, the capital of Victoria, Australia. It is about 35 kilometers away from the city of Melbourne. It is next to Werribee Mansion, known as Melbourne's "Downton Abbey", covering an area of about 5 hectares. The rose garden is arranged and combined in the shape of flowers, with pavilions, fountains and other landscapes interspersed among the five petals. There are more than 200 varieties and more than 5,000 roses planted in the garden. During the flowering season, you can smell the fragrance of flowers when you enter the door. Various roses compete for beauty. It is a favorite place for local residents and tourists for outings and taking wedding photos. The rose garden is completely managed by volunteers. In 2003, it was awarded the International Garden Excellence Award by the World Federation of Rose Associations. The Victoria State Rose Garden does not accept tickets and is free to visit. We were driving along the Great Southern Touring Route, a classic route in southern Victoria on our 7-day tour. The first stop was the State Rose Garden. We had to make a special trip. Now we stopped by, and it felt pretty good! Our schedule is roughly as follows: Day 1: State Rose Garden / Willerby Manor / Geelong / Queenscliff; Day 2: Torquay Foreshore Reserve / Aireys Inlet / Split Point Lighthouse / Great Ocean Road Estern View / Longen Town / Erskine River / Angahook Lorne National Park / Apollo Bay; Day 3: Most scenic spots along the Great Ocean Road; Day 4: Warrnambool / Tashan Nature Reserve / Port Fairy / Griffiths Island / Dunkeld / Norval / Ararat Hills Regional Park / Great Western Seppeld wine estate and winery exterior; Day 5: Big Hill Lookout / Stoll Gold Mine / Faans Lake Holiday Park / Halls Gap / Beaufort / Grampians National Park; Day 6: Black Mountain Nature Reserve/Hepburn Mineral Water Nature Reserve/Daylesford Botanic Gardens/Daylesford/Lake Daylesford/Jubilee Lake Reserve; Day 7: Ballarat Botanical Garden, Railway Station, Art Gallery, etc."