Found in the city of Melbourne’s beautiful Fitzroy Gardens: the Conservatory, a building of Spanish Mission design and filled with colourful flower displays. These are changed on a regular basis.
The Conservatory was opened in 1930 and is a feast of colourful floral beauty. A delight to visit, you can go here throughout the year. The Fitzroy Gardens themselves cover more than 64 acres on the edge of Melbourne City Centre.
Other places to visit at Fitzroy Gardens include the Model Tudor Village and Captain Cook’s Cottage, imported brick by brick from sunny England.
See the Map of Melbourne CBD showing location of Fitzroy Gardens Melbourne City Map - How to Get There: located just two blocks from Parliament Train Station - you can also catch the free tourist tram to Spring Street.
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Main Photo: Colourful Floral Displays - Flowers of Melbourne
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Photo: Melbourne Conservatory