In line with government guidelines to reduce Coronavirus (COVID-19) risk, all playgrounds, skate parks, BBQs, picnic tables and picnic areas and outdoor gym equipment are closed until further notice. The Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre (MSAC) is also closed
Melbourne’s pulsating Central Business District is also close by to a tranquil public park known as ‘Albert Park’ – nestled only 3km from the heart of the city. The 225 hectares of lush parkland offers a serene setting for visitors to sit back, relax and enjoy nature.
The park provides numerous walking trails, a pristine lake, as well as world-class sporting facilities. Furthermore, Albert Park is also home to the famous Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit and a popular 5km walking track around the lake.
Albert Park Lake, Driving Range & Golf Course, Melbourne
The park is home to a picturesque lake, where visitors can hire a paddle boat and go on a small voyage to go exploring. There is also a large community playground that looks like a wooden fort located near Aughtie Drive. You will find swings, slides and tunnels for kids to play on. There are also BBQ facilities and sheltered picnic tables.
At Albert Park, you can enjoy walking, cycling or jogging. Walk past green lawns and enjoy nature at this beautiful and tranquil Melbourne park. Take in the breathtaking views of the colourful sailboats and the distant city skyline.
Albert Park offers a wide array of sporting facilities such as the Melbourne Sports & Aquatic Centre, a public golf course and a driving range.
Although Albert Park hosts an array of major events and competitions throughout the year, the park is also a popular venue for private gatherings and ceremonies.