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St Kilda Botanical Gardens

A haven of serenity in the heart of the city, St Kilda Botanical Gardens is a must-see attraction for anyone visiting Melbourne
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Highlights

Playground
Rotunda and Conservatory
Giant chessboard
Accessible paths and toilets

A haven of serenity in the heart of the city, St Kilda Botanical Gardens is a must-see attraction for families with kids of all ages and anyone visiting Melbourne. With beautiful gardens, a giant chessboard, and even a fantastic Rain Man fountain, there's something for everyone here. Come and relax in nature's beauty, or learn about sustainable living at the Eco-centre. Whatever you do, make sure to visit St Kilda Botanical Gardens during your weekend or school holidays in Melbourne!

Playground:

  • Climbing structures
  • Swings and slides
  • Plenty of space
  • Benches
  • Rotunda

Facilities:

  • Park
  • Playground
  • Accessible toilets 
  • Giant chessboard and chess tables
  • Ornamental pond
  • Picnic area with no BBQs
  • Accessible paths
  • Botanical garden
  • Conservatory
  • Dog on-leash
  • Free parking

Accessibility:

The walkways around the playground are flat and wheelchair-friendly so everyone can enjoy this beautiful space.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can you drink alcohol in St Kilda Botanical Gardens?
Drinking alcohol is prohibited in St Kilda Botanical Gardens.
Where is the Lake Garden in St Kilda Botanical garden?
You can find The Lake Garden near the Greenhouse next to the West Gates.
Are dogs allowed in St Kilda Botanical Gardens?
Dogs are allowed on a leash in St Kilda Botanical Gardens. However, dogs are not permitted within 5 metres of the playground.