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Cook Park, Orange
(4.7/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web)
Cook Park was laid out with straight paths and rows of trees, and much of that original design is still in place. Between February and May each year, hundreds of begonias bloom in the Blowes Conservatory. Other attractions are the historic trees dating back to the late 1800s, duck ponds, aviaries, arts and craft shop and the fernery as well as many interesting plants.
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  • Magnificent trees that us Australians don't always get to see like Giant Sequoias. Also has a bord aviary and hothouses plus a duck pond and swings. Nice location for a picnic or a stroll. 
  • Cook Park is a classic Victorian public garden with many mature trees set in a formal garden. A great place for a quiet walk in a peaceful setting, although we have noticed over recent years that the ...  more »
  • Cook Park is justifiably famous. It's trees are stunning, though 1 or 2 are looking like they're near the end of their lives right now. It's a pity the hothouse is empty at the moment, but the flowers...  more »