St Kilda Botanical Gardens, Melbourne

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  • Address: Herbert St & Blessington Street, St Kilda VIC 3182, Australia, Melbourne
  • Timings: 07:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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About St Kilda Botanical Gardens, Melbourne

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St Kilda Botanical Gardens, Melbourne Reviews

  • Tranquil and peaceful place to enjoy the grass, trees and a small pond. The greenhouse is intriguing. You can see some recreational people dancing or acting. Great place to have a picnic. It also has a playground for the kids. There are some fine cafes very close.

  • I took my mum here for a picnic and she loved it. It's a nice little place where, even when there are other picnics and parties happening, you can escape the hustle and bustle of everyday

  • Superbly maintained, always, and truly botanical in the sense that it has so many different trees, shrubs and flowers, this is one place I'm happy to pay council rates for. It has so many different corners and views of the park, whether you're after a shady or a full-sun spot. A local oasis that is getting a little too well known outside St Kilda.

  • I try to walk through these gardens every day. We are so lucky to have them. The rose garden is a great spot to meditate.

  • Nice gardens. A lace to sit and relax, footpaths clean and tidy ideal for people with disabilities

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