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The Royal Exhibition Building is one of the world's oldest remaining exhibition pavilions. On 1 July 2004, it became the first building in Australia to achieve a World Heritage listing. Located in Carlton Gardens, the pavilion was originally...more
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When the, now famous/infamous "Jeff's Shed" adjacent to the Crown Casino was built (Melbourne Exhibition Centre) on South Bank, it was to replace this beautiful old gem.
It is still used for smaller exhibitions and is still the centre-piece of the annual Melbourne International Flower...More
One of the must-see's in Melbourne. Fantastic, large gardens that make you forget you're just on the edge of the CBD. The Royal Exhibition Building in the centre, with its fountain, is just glorious. The museum is also in these gardens. Avoid the opposite side...More
We visit here offen for special events.
Love going to Dog lovers show and Melbourne flower and garden show.
Always easy to get to and very clean and tidy.
All events are very well run.Great for Melbourne
With its domed roof and cruciform layout all in sandy coloured stone this royalty approved exhibition hall is well worth a look , the gardens are lovely and being next door to the super modern museum it provides a great contrast.
This nice looking building was designed in 1879 and is next to the Melbourne Museum. It was not open when we visited so only saw it from the outside. Is in Carlton Gardens which is a very nice place to walk.
The building and its surrounding are well worth a visit - particularly in the warmer weather when you can sit in the grounds and watch the world go by. The Melbourne Museum is right next door to it and both are easily accessible from Parliament...More