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Ian Potter Foundation Children’s Garden

Ian Potter Childrens Garden

Ian Potter Childrens Garden

Built with the concept of educational gardening The Ian Potter Foundation Children’s Garden is perfect for kids to explore and play in a natural environment. The garden features, The Meeting Place with a fountain that sprays water, Wetland area, Bamboo forest, Kitchen Garden, the Rill and much more.

The Children’s garden is fit for children of all ages.

Details for Ian Potter Foundation Children’s Garden

COST: Free to enter

Address: Birdwood Ave, South Yarra, Victoria 3141

Phone: 03 9252 2300

Fax: 03 9252 2442

Email: rbg@rbg.vic.gov.au

Web: rbg.vic.gov.au/rbg-melbourne/childrens-garden / http://www.rbg.vic.gov.au/visit-melbourne/attractions/children-garden


Opening hours

Open 10am–sunset Wednesday–Sunday and public holidays; 10am–sunset seven days a week during Victorian State School holidays.

Closed to the public Monday–Tuesday during Victorian State School terms for booked school groups only

Ian Potter Children’s Garden is closed on Christmas Day, New Year’s Day, Boxing Day and Good Friday. The Garden takes a break in winter for regular maintenance and restoration for eight weeks following the end of July school holidays.

How to reach Ian Potter Foundation  Children’s Garden

Nearest Trains stations is Flinders Street Station. Any tram that runs along Swanston street southbound except Tram Number 1 and 2 will take you to Ian Potter Foundation Children’s Garden, which is located in Royal Botanical Gardens


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