Alexandra Gardens, St Kilda Road, Melbourne
The Alexandra Gardens lie beside the Yarra River, just across from the CBD. These beautiful and historic gardens are part of the Domain parklands and were first laid out in 1904.
Batman Park, 2A Spencer Street, Melbourne
Batman Park is a small park located on the northern bank of the Yarra River. It is bordered by Spencer Street at the west, Flinders Street Viaduct and Rebecca Walk to the north, and King Street to the east.
Birrarung Marr, Batman Avenue, Melbourne
Birrarung Marr, on the north bank of the Yarra River next to Federation Square, is Melbourne's newest major park, opened in 2002.
Carlton Gardens North, 1-111 Carlton Street, Carlton
Originally designed for the Melbourne International Exhibition of 1880, the Exhibition buildings and the surrounding Carlton Gardens are now World Heritage listed.
City Square, 44-86 Swanston Street, Melbourne
City Square is a multi-use outdoor space that is commonly used for festivals and events.
Conservatory, Fitzroy Gardens, Wellington Parade, East Melbourne
The Fitzroy Garden’s Conservatory opened March 30, 1930, and is a vital part of the city's commitment to excellence in horticulture. The building copies the Spanish mission architectural style, measuring 30 x 15 metres and originally costing 4000 pounds.
Docklands Park, 1-91 Harbour Esplanade, Docklands
Docklands Park at Victoria Harbour is a superbly landscaped city park offering free barbeque facilities, stunning public art and the amazing, interactive 'Play Journey' creative playground.
Enterprize Park, 469-503 Flinders Street, Melbourne
Enterprize Park is a small park on the north bank of the Yarra River where the first settlers aboard the Enterprize went ashore to establish the settlement.
Fawkner Park, 24-88 Commercial Road, South Yarra
First reserved in 1862, the 41 hectare park is named after Melbourne's co-founder John Pascoe Fawkner and remains substantially unchanged from its original design.
Fitzroy Gardens, 230-298 Wellington Parade, East Melbourne
Valued for their historic, aesthetic, architectural and horticultural significance, the Fitzroy Gardens were classified by the National Trust in 1974 and placed on the Victorian Heritage Register in 1999.