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The Edinburgh Gardens in North Fitzroy date back to 1862, and have historical features such as a stone drinking fountain, period park light fittings, a rotunda and war memorial.
The Edinburgh Gardens in North Fitzroy date back to 1862, and have historical features such as a stone drinking fountain, period park light fittings, a rotunda and war memorial. Spread over 60 acres of greenery, there are sporting facilities including lawn bowling rinks.
Alfred Cres, Fitzroy North VIC 3068, Australia
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