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See for yourself exactly why Victoria is the Garden State – inspiring, bold and distinctly Australian, the state's parks and gardens leave a deep, lasting impact on visitors.
Alfred Nicholas Gardens, Sherbrooke
Victoria is home to a seemingly endless list of modern and heritage gardens. Explore the 15-hectare Australian Garden within the Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne. Mixing art, architecture, and innovative design and based on the story of water throughout the nation, the Australian Garden will completely absorb you in the Australian landscape.
The Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne is a 45-minute drive from Melbourne and easily included in the South East Touring Triangle.
Spectacularly different to the Cranbourne gardens is the Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne. A stone's throw from the city centre, the gardens form a critical part of Melbourne's culture and identity. The gardens buzz during the summer months with theatre performances, exhibitions and the highly popular Moonlight Cinema.
Venture into Victoria's regions to take in unmissable green spaces, like the William Ricketts Sanctuary. Tucked into the Dandenong Ranges, an hour from Melbourne, the sanctuary's tranquil forest hides hauntingly beautiful ceramic sculptures of Aboriginal figures and native animals.
Indulge your love of gardens and nature in the Mornington Peninsula. Less than an hour from Melbourne, the Peninsula boasts a wide range of parks and gardens. Explore the heritage horticulture in Heronswood Estate, and get lost and found in Ashcombe Maze and Lavender Gardens, home to Australia's oldest and most famous hedge maze plus 25 acres of stunning gardens.
Breathe deep and fill your lungs with the goodness of the freshest air from the heart of Melbourne's city centre at the Royal Botanic Gardens.
Situated in a ferny glade in the Dandenongs, William Ricketts Sanctuary is a place of beauty and tranquillity, due both to the natural setting and...
Get lost in Australia's oldest hedge maze, the world's oldest circular rose maze, the Lavender Labyrinth or seek gnomes in the 25 acres of gardens.
Discover the astonishing beauty of 170,000-plus individual native plants in settings that capture the essence of Australia's diverse landscape.
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Escape to the serene Flagstaff Gardens with a picnic from the Queen Victoria Market and lounge by the roses, play bowls, and admire the monuments.
Marvel at the tiny doorways of historic Captain Cook's Cottage, the carved Fairies Tree, the model Tudor Village, and myriad fountains and statues.
Designed by William Guilfoyle in the 1870s this was originally a reserve of 37 acres, but only eight acres remained by 1982. Clubs and individuals...
Black Dragon Gardens Wulong Yuan is a beautiful Chinese garden in Howlong open for visitors. Wander through this unique garden called Wulong Yuan...
Designed to take advantage of the steep slopes, the terraced gardens of Pirianda are distinctive for their combination of botanically important...
High Country Maze consists of six acres of gardens, including two mazes and 'maze-like' walled gardens. With something new to discover around every...
The Kin Playspace is an adventure playground located on the former kindergarten site in Marsyville. This playspace caters for children from one to 12...
The Australian Light Horse Memorial Park was Victoria's largest army base, the Seymour Camp is known to many as site 17. Relics scatter the area and...
Discover abundant parks and leafy gardens in Melbourne and take a break from the pace of the city.
Witness an explosion of colour in the parks and gardens of the Yarra Valley and Dandenong Ranges.
Have a blooming wonderful time in Mornington Peninsula's manicured and heritage parks and gardens.
Visit immaculate gardens dotted around the Daylesford and the Macedon Ranges region.
See wildflowers, plants and rainforest natives throughout the Great Ocean Road region in spring.