Due to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) throughout Australia and the resulting restrictions imposed by the Federal and State governments, Queen Victoria Gardens has been temporarily closed until further notice. We will keep you up to date any developments and please stay safe.
Queen Victoria Gardens were built in Melbourne as a memorial for Queen Victoria, and stands beside the memorial monument on St Kilda Road. The entire setting features an incredible backdrop with palm trees, rose gardens, ornamental lakes, sweeping lawns and beautifully maintained flowering plants – stretched over 4.8 hectares of lush landscape.
In addition, the garden also features an impressive array of sculptures and a giant floral clock within its magnificent setting.
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This set of gardens form a serene triangle – with the Arts Centre and the National Gallery of Victoria just across the road.
Visitors are welcome to explore these magnificent gardens and their unique attractions. Apart from the famous floral clock, you will find many other exquisite attractions here. Explore the park’s ornamental ponds and historic monuments that are dedicated to Queen Victoria and King Edward VII. Other popular landmarks include a sculpture of the Genie and the Janet Lady Clarke rotunda.