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Royal Park is the largest park in inner Melbourne, with 170 hectares of greenery and sporting facilities for cricket, tennis, golf, football and baseball.
Royal Park is the largest park in inner Melbourne, with 170 hectares of greenery and sporting facilities for cricket, tennis, golf, football and baseball. It is home to possums and several varieties of native birds including red-rumped parrot, Horsfield's bronze cuckoo, eastern rosella, superb fairy-wren and white-browed scrubwren.
Flemington Rd, Melbourne VIC 3052, Australia
Spread over 55 acres in Parkville, the Royal Melbourne Zoological Gardens are home to over 5100 animals across 320 species from Australia and around the world
The Medical History Museum at the University of Melbourne explores the history of medicine through over 5000 exhibits
Inaugurated in 1878, the Queen Victoria Market is the only surviving 19thcentury market in Melbourne City Centre
The Bali Memorial in Melbourne commemorates the 202 victims of the 2002 Bali bombings in Kuta, among whom were 88 Australians, including 22 Victorians
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 Old Melbourne Gaol is a museum on the site of the former prison that was operational from 1845 to 1929