Flagstaff Gardens

Melbourne’s first public garden was established in the 1860s, and once offered views to Port Phillip Bay. These days, the former pioneer burial site is a lovely place to take time out and share sunset with one of the possums that call the gardens home.

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Flagstaff Gardens details

King St

West Melbourne 3003

Nearby Stations: Flagstaff

Flagstaff Gardens map

Restaurants near Flagstaff Gardens

Operator 25

301m - This cafe is a serious brunch destination, offering up our favourite comfort...

Mr Nice Guy Thai

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White Lotus

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Bars & pubs near Flagstaff Gardens

Biero Bar

329m - Located inside a heritage-listed building, Biero Bar is where serious beer...

Deja Vu Bar and Lounge

332m - With 12 craft beers on weekly rotation, Deja Vu does its best to support...

The Metropolitan Hotel: Melbourne

346m - This inner city pub does a $12 lunch on weekdays, a $13 beer tasting paddle...

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City of Melbourne Bowls Club

129m - This venerable bowls club, founded in 1866, has been bowling in the prime...

Royal Melbourne Philharmonic

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Witches in Britches

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