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It seemed a good idea to go to this place on a lovely sunny winters' day. It had been years since I was last here, and it looks better than I remember it.
The black swans in the lake looked to be sunning themselves also....More
Melbourne is a city of parks and this one is large and just south of the city and has a lake used for the Grand Prix and sailing and it has a golf course and sailing. It is a beautiful park on the edge of...More
Albert Park Lake was originally part of a large delta plain that spread across extensive wetland swamps and lagoons as the Yarra River wend its way to Hobsons Bay. The Lake lies around 3km south of the Melbourne CBD and provides many ovals, a 5km...More
Doing a lap of the lake has become my go-to exercise in Melbourne. Despite proximity to busy roads, it is a tranquil and scenic place. The lake itself could do with a clean up. It supports plenty of bird life as well as sailors and...More
Albert Park Lake - fall out of a boat, stand up and you will be waist deep!!
Lots of swans, tourists who want to have photos and feed (notwithstanding signs which say don’t) the swans; and not much else.
No doubt a great facility for...More
Visited on Friday 23rd February. We wanted to stop and have a walk near the lake but couldn't due to the setting up for F1 racing later in March. It is a beautiful lake worth adding to your list of places to visit in Melbourne.
the lake is an oasis not to far from the central business district except around grand prix time. the lake is full of bird life and if you want to see a black swan the place to go it full of them. it a 5...More