Royal Botanical Gardens, Melbourne

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Royal Botanical Gardens in Melbourne are internationally renowned and have a history of more than 165 years. Spread over 94 acres, they have breathtaking landscapes and have a collection of more than 10,000 species of plants – both native and exotic.

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It is a perfect place to relax within the scenic views. Being a visitor hard-pressed for time, we spent a couple of hours walking through the lush-green landscapes and covering Guilfoyle’s Volcano, Lakes, Fern Gully, and Children’s Garden.

Guilfoyle’s volcano deserves a special mention as it had a couple of big floating islands in it. We were amazed with the various species of Cacti artistically presented there.

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They are not as vast as the Longwood gardens I visited in the US (and wrote about few weeks back). However, the entry to Royal Botanical Gardens is free and they are easily approachable being right in the city.

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Though one thing that stood…

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I am Rashid Aziz Faridi ,Writer, Teacher and a Voracious Reader.
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One Response to Royal Botanical Gardens, Melbourne

  1. Alok Singhal says:

    Thank you very much for spreading the happiness around 🙂

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