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Beste parken in Melbourne

“Visit Melbourne's inner-city oasis. Over 10,000 plant species from around the world are presented in a kaleidoscope of colour and texture. Sweeping lawns, tranquil lakes and majestic trees are home to an amazing range of wildlife.”
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“The Melbourne Zoo is a must see! The whole family can enjoy this attraction, including Australian native animals such as the koalas, kangaroos, butterfly house and other exotic animals. It's free for children under 16 during school holidays!”
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Monument / Landmark
“A tribute to the fallen heros of the World Wars with a free basement museum”
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“Great spot for a picnic. 2 good quality playgrounds at either end of the park. Skate bowl. Basketball court. ”
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“Pack your picnic rug and collect some gourmet food from Acland Street before heading to the peaceful gardens for a relaxing day beneath the trees. ”
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“The Carlton Gardens is a World Heritage Site located on the northeastern edge of the Central Business District in the suburb of Carlton, in Melbourne, Australia. The 26-hectare site contains the Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne Museum and Imax Cinema, tennis courts and an award-winning children's playground. ”
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“A great family outing where you can see a large range of animals in open spaces ”
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Amusement Park
“An amazing way to spend a day for kids (big and little). We have had many fun days out tree surfing. Highly recommend.”
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“Visit a world of green in the heart of the city at Melbourne's Fitzroy Gardens, and while away hours marvelling at the tiny doorways of the historic Captain Cook's Cottage, the carved Fairies Tree, the model Tudor Village, the conservatory, myriad fountains and statues, and shady avenues of grand trees.”
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“The famous Rhododendron gardens. This serene setting houses a variety of colourful blooms including azaleas, camellias, rhododendrons and bulbs.”
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“Established in 1882, from the creation of a small reserve near Ferntree Gully, the Park has grown to some 3500ha, and is famous for its Mountain Ash Trees (the tallest flowering tree in the world) and lush fern gullies. The Park is interspersed with small villages, roads and houses the legacy of the regions time a timber harvesting area to support the development of Melbourne in the 1800’s. The Park is home to crystal clear streams, waterfalls and creeks and has an extensive network of the walking trails that allow you to access all the special and secret spots. With many a picnic ground to be found. Kookaburras, cockatoos, crimson rosellas and other native birds call this place home. Including the Superb Lyrebird, who thanks to the efforts of volunteers groups such as the Sherbrooke Lyrebird Study group now have a healthy population across the Park, from its days where numbers were critically low numbers for this shy bird that mimics the sounds of the bush, and is also found on the Australian 10 cent coin. The park provides and overwhelming connection for visitors to nature. Its proximity to Melbourne has meant that for centuries it has remained a place that is very accessible for people to reconnect with the natural environment in such a breathtakingly beautiful place.”
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“Beautiful beaches , lovely to walk through and view the quarantine station and forte Nepean. ”
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“The 1000 Steps Walk is an institution for fitness enthusiasts across Melbourne. Making the 3km trek one of the most popular spots in the Dandenong Ranges National Park, but its steep terrain is not to be underestimated. But this suits many just fine who are often preparing to undertake the real "Kokoda Track". Created in the early 1900s, the 1000 Steps Walk was originally made from the trunks of tree ferns laid along the wetter areas of the track to make the 290 metre ascent somewhat easier. These have been replaced by a combination of wooden steps and concrete section overtime to ensure that the track can cater for users year round in all weather. Plaques along the trail depict the lives of the soldiers who fought and died on the real Kokoda Trail in Papua New Guinea, during World War II. The steps represent the ‘Golden Staircase’, a name given by Australian soldiers to the 2000 steps cut by the Australian Army Engineers and others into the track between Uberi and Imita Ridge.” The 1000 Steps follow a creek alignment up through the wet fern gully, walkers/runners will experience filtered sunlight through the Tree Ferns and Manna Gum as they make their way up, up up. There is always a range of native wildlife to enjoy along the way from birdlife to even the odd Lyrebird. Once at the top you can take the Lyrebird Track, which makes a great return circuit, or continue on some 800m to One Tree Hill.”
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“Good sight seeing place, puffing billy stops there. Lake and great walking tracks ”
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Dog Run
“great running and jogging track. Ikon Park is here, so if you're a Carlton fan this is for you. ”
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“Open 7 days for breakfast and lunch. Relaxing place to enjoy their lovely home cooked food and then wander around the gardens.”
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