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This is a perfect place to have a nice walk, run or spot of lunch. The gardens are not huge however within the space there are many beautiful plants and flowers. It is well maintained and looked after.
Our family of four enjoyed wandering the beautiful gardens one afternoon. We particularly enjoyed the Prime Ministers lane. The gardens are well maintained. It was a very hot day when we visited, so we stopped for an icecream at the Tram Icecreamy nearby and watched...More
We went on a Sunday and not only had the pleasure of experiencing the gardens and cool breezes from the adjacent lake, but their Summer Sunday offered the hundreds of spectators present (with their fold up chairs and ‘refreshments’), live entertainment and opportunities to purchase...More
Beautiful place, probably the highlight of my trip to Ballarat. We went here for the first time after visiting the market, since it was just across the road. We then continued back here on Sunday afternoon for the free concerts (summer sounds) and on the...More
The gardens are quite deceptive. Plenty of shade for warm days. Lots of marble statues which surprised me - but the history is noted regarding these. The Avenue of Australian Prime Ministers also interesting. Must the keeping the makers busy at the rate we are...More
We visited the gardens on a warm day. We strolled around the gardens under the shade of the many trees. A highlight of the gardens were the addition of the topiary figures planted amongst the garden beds. There were emus, kangaroos, a dog to name...More
It is not a large garden so it will not take long to wander around. There are some lovely italian marble statues in the gardens and in the statue house. The modern conservatory sticks out a bit considering the attractive Victoria and Edwardian structures in...More