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Very relaxing wander around the gardens.The Prime ministers walk with busts of every Australian prime minister is educational. Although with the antics in recent years in Canberra there are a few prime ministers still to have busts done of them.
There is always something to see and experience at these beautiful gardens. The hot house and pieces around Lake Wendouree, and the Prime Ministers Avenue (Sept - BOAA - Biennale of Australian Art) was grand. The floral display is always inspiring and breath taking. The...More
Enjoyed the beauty of this well maintained garden. The bronze busts of all the Australian Prime Ministers was interesting and stimulated great discussion with the kids. The colours in the green house were stunning. Beautiful picture opportunites to be had.
We love walking through the gardens. They are very well cared for and always offer a brilliant show of color and plant variety. Always a pleasant experience and offers much more than just flowers. Picnics on the lawns, exploring the giant trees or wandering around...More
These gardens were started back in the 1850s by men of great foresight. The great mature trees are a cool haven on hot summer days. A highlight is the Begonia House with scores of varieties thriving in cool to cold conditions during a typical Ballarat...More
Very beautiful. Opposite the Botanical Gardens and very near a wonderful playground. Great walk on the lake, lots of wildlife. lots to see and doo for all ages and wheelchair/child's pusher friendly too.