Albert Park is located just 3 km from the city and is home to residential buildings, wide streets, public parks and open air cafes. Visitors who come to Albert park shouldn’t miss visiting its gardens; featuring mature elm trees, exotic plants, Canary Island Date palms and London Planes.
Apart from the jogging and cycling trails, Albert Park even has rowing and sailing facilities at the nearby lake. If you don’t want to stay in the CBD, Albert Park is a great place for accommodation – with a number of quality hotels & apartments found around the area.
Albert Park Accommodation, Hotel & Apartments, Melbourne
These parks also feature sporting facilities, playgrounds, cycling paths and restaurants. After enjoying some fun in the sun, guests are welcome to explore the lakefront trails, and even have a barbeque or picnicking next to the lake. You can even hire a boat and enjoy sailing on the lake.
Some of the lakefront trails have great scenic points where you can enjoy the magnificent views of the city skyline. Golfers will also be happy to enjoy a round of golf at the local Albert Park Golf Course.
For a historic tour, enjoy exploring the traditional aboriginal homes and sites, with a number of parks in this area featuring aboriginal sites. Visitors are welcome to learn more about the Indigenous people, their cultural traditions and ancestral beliefs.
If you’re feeling peckish, you won’t find it difficult to locate a cafe or restaurant.