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Royal Botanic Garden in Melbourne is home to over 50,000 plants like camellias, rainforest flora, succulents, cacti, Californian species, herbs, plants from Southern China, and many more species. Catch sight of the Guilfoyle’s Volcano and Melbourne Observatory. Visit the Terrace or Jardin Tan cafe to relish delicacies and the Gardens shop to pick botanical souvenirs. Lakes and natural wildlife complete the natural aesthetic of the garden.
The Royal Botanic Gardens are huge, serene, and picturesque, adorned with many small monuments and pillars all over. They are home to one of the leading research centres in the space of botany. The gardens attract thousands of visitors every year for their vast ecology, with over 10000 species of native and non-native plants, and also the fauna apt for these habitats. It also a popular picnic spot. The Ian Potter's Foundation Children's Garden is an absolute favourite among the youngsters, who can play in the ruin gardens, wetland area, bamboo forest, the gorge and other specially made play areas. The gardens are also home to a famous jogging track, The Tan Track.
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