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Queen Victoria Gardens

Saint Kilda Road, Melbourne

These gardens are set across the road from the Victoria Arts Centre, including the National Gallery of Victoria.

Monument, Queen Victoria, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia; queenvic.jpg - 22319 Bytes; photograph (c) 1996 Ali Kayn

Queen Victoria statue, photograph (c) 1996 Ali Kayn

Features of the gardens include Melbourne's floral clock presented to the city by the watchmakers of Switzerland.

The Queen Victoria Gardens are part of a group of gardens lying between the Yarra River and St Kilda Road.

Click here to see the plaque

Melbourne's floral clock; photograph (c) Ali Kayn 1996 (9.88k)

For more photographs, see our 2005 visit to Queen Victoria Gardens.

Queen Victoria Gardens, Melbourne, Australia photograph (c) Ali Kayn 2005

Queen Victoria Gardens and the Hammer Thrower; photograph (c) 2005 Ali Kayn

For a panorama that includes these gardens, click here

These gardens are part of the 'Another View' Walking trail

Last visited August 2005

Just the facts:

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Getting there: Getting there by public transport: From Flinders St take southbound tram except 1 or 2 to stop 18 or walk over Princes Gate.