In the core of green parkland expanding south of the Yarra River, around two kilometers from the CBD, the Royal Botanic Gardens are among the finest of their kind on the planet. Built up in 1846, the greenery enclosures incorporate two areas: Melbourne and Cranbourne.
The Melbourne Gardens cover a zone of 38 hectares with more than 8,500 types of plants, including numerous uncommon examples.
The Ian Potter Foundation Children's Garden is intended to empower the up and coming age of planters, and the Aboriginal Heritage Walk is a famous visit that investigates the rich legacy of indigenous Australians. Going by the patio nurseries is extraordinary compared to other free activities in Melbourne.
In summer, live venue is a feature of the greenhouses, and a moonlight silver screen is set up under the stars. This is additionally a prevalent spot for a cookout by the lake or a customary high tea at The Terrace bistro.