Fitzroy Gardens Melbourne Tourist Attraction
The Fitzroy Gardens, situated on the eastern perimeter of the CBD. it is a fine example of a grand city garden.
Laid out across 26 hectares, with its formal garden beds and collection of trees, strategic laid out walking paths, it is in these gardens you will find the cottage that was once the home of Captain James Cook.
Also situated within the gardens is a The Conservatory, built in 1930, and has flower displays throughout the year the "Fairies' Tree", a model Tudor Village, an old bandstand rotunda and the "Temple of the Winds" Rotunda.
The Pavillion Restaurant and kiosk used to be formal tearooms now can provide you with a place to sip and contemplate.
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