Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne
The picturesque setting of the Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne extends over 38 hectares and displays more than 50,000 plants. Diverse plant collections, year-round events, unique tours, and a reputation as one of the world's finest gardens has made the Royal Botanic Gardens one of Melbourne's most popular tourist attractions.
The Ian Potter Foundation Children's Garden is a magical place to discover the world of plants.
The Aboriginal Heritage Walk is a rich and vibrant cultural experience. 11 am to 12.30 pm Tuesday to Friday and the first Sunday of the month.
Concealed for decades, Guilfoyle’s Volcano has been restored and re-imagined with a bold, contemporary landscape design.
Last updated 13 Mar 2013