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Royal Park

Royal Park is 181 hectares, making it the largest inner-city park in Melbourne. It is located just 4 km from the northern end of the Melbourne CBD.

Those driving to the park should drive north from the CBD up Royal Parade to the suburb of Parkville.

Royal Park Walking Track & Zoo Parkville, Melbourne

Royal Park offers its visitors an array of recreational and sporting facilities, including golf, football, tennis, soccer, baseball, cricket, netball and hockey facilities. In addition, a 5km cycling and walking track surrounds the park.

The beautifully maintained native garden features a range of native trees, a wide array of flowering shrubs, timbered areas and grassland. Trees inside the park include eucalyptus, timbered trees, casuarinas and acacias.

Families will love coming to Royal Park, as there is a lot to see, do, and enjoy here. Come during the day and fly a kite with your children. Visitors can also enjoy evening walks and gaze into the night sky during the summer months.

You’ll also be pleased that the Melbourne Zoo is just next door!

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