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We stopped in to Malmsbury to check out the local cuisine. We were surprised at how lovely and inviting the botanical gardens were. We strolled around reading the history along the way and admiring the ducks and geese!
Went Malmsbury for the viaduct and stayed for the garden.
Small botanical garden with limited species of plants but it was enough to entertain little ones.
A bridge to a little island is fun as were watching the Canadian Geese. The gravel path around the...More
Pleased to find the self guided walk leaflet, just by the car park, we set off for a lovely wander. The garden is quite historic, one of Victorias oldest and has some magnificent tree specimens. The disused fish hatchery and the rail viaduct are also...More
The recent rain has made the lake more alive - full of water and filled with ducks, geese and birds. Well manicured. Walking around will see history unfold! The fish hatchery, the old trees of >300 years, the lovely pine trees, .. Keep walking and...More
These gardens, close to the village shopping precinct, feature a small lake with a small island, many water birds, large historic trees, a playground, picnic tables, seating, toilet block and well maintained walking paths. A great place for a family picnic. Towards the rear of...More
Malmsbury is a small village on the Calder Highway 100 km from Melbourne on the way to Bendigo. It is an ideal place to stop on the way and it's worth stopping to visit the lovely Botanic Gardens. The gardens were begun in the 1860s...More
My wife, 10month old daughter, and I spent the afternoon at the Malmsbury Botanic Gardens. We pushed the pram around the lake and sat by the Campaspe River and looked at the Railway Bridge.
We then headed back to the main area of the park...More