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Victoria State Rose Garden

Don't miss one of the best, most stunning gardens Melbourne has to offer! Perfect for a family day trip & worth a road trip!
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Beautiful collection of 5500 roses to enjoy with family
Fantastic kids friendly spot for a walk, picnic or BBQ
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Don't miss the beautiful Victorian State Rose Gardens just a 30min drive from Melbourne city CBD. It's a picture-perfect family-friendly botanical garden and park that is worth a day trip at any time of the year!

Victoria State Rose Garden map and highlights

Discover 5500 different roses on display in Melbourne's best botanic Rose Gardens, separated into different zones. The garden landscaping design is of a five-petal Tudor Rose with a stem, leaf and rosebud. Check out the rose garden map in the gallery above.

When is the best time to visit the Victoria State Rose Garden?

You can experience the stunning rose season at any time of the year. As an indication:

  • Visit in November (spring time), if you would like to see the first blooms and the spring roses at their peak
  • Visit in March (autumn) to see masses of blooming flowers of all colours
  • From early October until late July there are always some flowers blooming in the Rose Garden.

Entry fees

To visit the Rose Gardens, no ticket is required. Entry is free!

Garden Facilities

  • BBQs and picnic areas
  • Seating
  • Cafe
  • Public toilets
  • Parking

Accessibility

The Victoria State Rose Garden is quite accessible, with wide sand and gravel paths being suitable for prams and wheelchairs.

Is the Rose Garden dog friendly?

Unfortunately, no dogs or other pets are allowed in the gardens.

While you're there

After you visit the gardens, why not take a step back in time at the Werribee Park Mansion? Read all about it here.

Photo credits: Victoria State Rose Garden Facebook