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Gordon Reserve

Located in Spring St, Melbourne near the Parliament buildings, it was named for Adam Lindsay Gordon.

Gordon Reserve photograph (c) 1997 Ali Kayn

Standard fountain, statue of Adam Lindsay Gordon, photograph (c) Ali Kayn 1997

Gordon Reserve, Melbourne, photograph (c) 1997 Ali Kayn
Gordon Reserve, Standford Fountain, photograph (c) 1997 Ali Kayn

Also in the reserve is a plaque commemorating the completion of cable-laying between Melbourne and Sydney by the Postmaster-General Department (PMG). This department was later divided into Australia Post and Telecom (Telstra).

Just the facts:

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Getting there:
City Circle tram, or Bourke Street tram to Spring Street, or take city loop to Parliament station.