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Rosalind Park, Bendigo

(4.6/5 based on 260 reviews on the web)
Set some time aside for a picnic at Rosalind Park, a Victorian-style garden featuring a number of decorative statues and a large stone viaduct. The main entrance of the park is located on the intersection called Charing Cross, which was once a meeting point for two main city tram lines. This important road junction features a large statue of Queen Victoria and the ornate Alexandra Fountain, built in 1881. The park rises up toward Camp Hill, which includes a lookout tower, a popular spot for family photographs with the city’s skyline as background. Join a "Discovery Walk" through the sprawling park to enjoy its many green open spaces, lush trees, old gardens, fernery, and a historic conservatory. Put Rosalind Park into our Bendigo vacation route planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • Wow what a beautiful place. Well maintained gardens and very shady in the hot weather. Went for a walk to the lookout to see all of Bendigo. A gentle after dinner walk is amazing while the sun goes do...  more »
  • This is an outstandingly beautiful park in the heart of Bendigo -- even on 35-degree days the historic old trees keep it cool. The park has many attractive paths criss-crossing it, which lead to a tro...  more »
  • Wonderful avenues of trees make for a pleasant walk on a hot evening. The Conservatory has a beautiful display of hydrangeas at present and colourful flowers in the surrounding garden form a great bac...  more »
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  • Good park, lots of greenery even during a dry Summer. Flying foxes roost in trees at North end. Great views from the Poppet tower. Popular place for lunch, very close to Bendigo CBD. Well established trees. Shared pedestrian bike path traverses it North-South
  • Lovely gardens right in the heart of Bendigo. Established well over 100 years ago there are some magnificent trees, great kids playground and right behind the tourist information centre.
  • What a beautiful space. Lots of shade, heaps of room to play, ride and relax.
  • The park is a must visit when in town, always well kept and make sure to visit the bat colony at the north end.
  • A really nice place to sit and watch Blues Fest