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World Heritage listed, the Carlton Gardens and the Royal Exhibition Building were originally designed to house the Melbourne International Exhibition of 1880. While featuring the Victorian-era Hochgurtel Fountain and circular French Fountain, plantings in honour of the Dalai Lama, and two ornamental lakes created for the 1880 exhibition, this location also offers magnificent gardens and mature European trees.
The Carlton Gardens surround the Royal Exhibition Building, the Melbourne Museum, the Cartlon Gardens Tennis Courts, a children’s playground, and a collection of Moreton Bay fig trees where, traditionally, local aboriginals have met and socialised.
With its abundance of history, the Carlton Gardens are a sought-after location for a garden wedding ceremony.