Fitzroy Gardens Walk

A Fitzroy Gardens walk is one of the nicest walks you can do in Melbourne.

It's got everything you need - shady trees, interesting plants, lots of attractions like The Conservatory, Cook's Cottage, Sinclair's Cottage..........

Conservatory Fitzroy Gardens

.........a sacred aboriginal tree stump, fountains, the Fairies Tree, a miniature village, nice places to picnic, possums and loads more.

Even better, there's a guided walk to learn all about the Gardens.

It's run by Serco the gardeners on Saturdays at 10am..........

..........The meeting spot for this is at the flag located outside the Fitzroy Gardens Visitor Centre, across from Cooks' Cottage which is in the south of the garden, off Wellington Parade (tram stop 10). No advance booking is required.

Go to Fitzroy Gardens for further details about the Gardens and the guided walk......

Cooks Cottage Fitzroy Gardens

You'll find the Gardens located alongside Treasury Gardens so it's only a short walk from Parliament railway station.......

........Check out the map below for directions.

Make the map larger by clicking the blue writing beneath the map to get a better idea of where it is in relation to the city centre.

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Why don't you make a full day of it and go on a free tour round Parliament House or check out the original gold vaults in The Old Treasury. ........

........You'll find these only a few minutes walk away near Parliament Railway Station.

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