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Kids Explorer

Children ride free on the Kids Explorer during the school holidays!

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Melbourne’s Grand Old Trees

Large old trees are biological treasure troves. The many unique characteristics that they develop as they age including hollows, bark...

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Helping Plants Keep Their Cool

The majority of home gardeners probably haven’t tried their hand at bulb and seed chilling or freezing, but it’s a great way to have...

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Wellness Experiences

Forest Therapy (Shinrin-yoku) Slow down, immerse your senses and move through a range of beautifully calming and healing activities in this...

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Welcome to Wareeny

Join a First Nations guide to gain a deeper understanding of wareeny (wombat) season.

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Garden Plot

Enjoy contemporary performances exploring the theme of climate change.

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Watering the Gardens

Journey through Melbourne Gardens and discover how the story of water is the story of this precious site.

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Happy Birthday Darwin!

A rare specimen collected by Charles Darwin himself has been discovered in the depths of the Herbarium.

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Watch out for the little ones

With the onset of the deliciously warm weather (and torrential rains) we have seen a recent spike in wildlife activity on our paths and...

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Paper Planet

Join Polyglot Theatre and let your imagination run wild in this planet made of paper and natural materials from the Gardens.

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Winter Plant Sale

Select from a whole range of species, many of which you will find in the Australian Garden.

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Origami Workshops

In this workshop, learn the basics of origami in a fun and accessible way for kids.

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Storm

Storm presents the work of three artists who have embraced the storm, allowing the wind, rain and snow to influence their actions and...

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Crawl Me Blood - Sold out

Under the southern sky on the land of the Koolin nation, we invite you to listen to a story about three generations of Caribbean women.

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High Tea at Boon Wurrung Cafe

Enjoy a mix of our special homemade sweet and savoury items served with tea and coffee while overlooking the stunning Australian Garden.

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The Future of Cranbourne Gardens

Join John Arnott for a walk and talk around the Australian Garden to discuss the Cranbourne Gardens Master Plan and what it means for the...

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FREEZE!

Nick Steur balances rocks; no tricks involved. Share some of his focus, experiencing being occupied with one thing only.

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Accessibility - Melbourne

All Abilities Access Key Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria now has an access key for both Cranbourne and Melbourne Gardens. This tool allows...

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The Boy Who Loved Tiny Things

Part performance, part museum, The Boy Who Loved Tiny Things invites families to slow down and spend time together exploring the Gardens...

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The Boy Who Loved Tiny Things

Part performance, part museum, The Boy Who Loved Tiny Things invites families to slow down and spend time together exploring the Gardens...

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Gardens Shop

Our products are available in store, where staff will be at hand to help you select the perfect gift. Melbourne Observatory at Melbourne...

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Children’s Garden

There’s lots of fun places to explore including the Ruin Garden, the Meeting Place (which has a water feature that sprays up out of the...

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