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Best parks in Ballarat

Zoo
“Great spot to take the kids to see all of our native animals up close, and even feed the kangaroos!”
22 locals recommend
Botanical Garden
“This is a wonderful place to explore and enjoy the beauty of the gardens and Lake Wendouree.”
13 locals recommend
Hotel
“A day at Sovereign Hill is a day filled with fun and adventure. Discover all the action and excitement of life as it was in 1850s Ballarat during the greatest alluvial gold rush the world has ever seen. Sovereign Hill is a living museum with working exhibits brought to life by costumed characters and over 40 horses. Set on 25 acres of an original mining site, Sovereign Hill is a goldfields town with shops, hotels, a theatre, schools, factories, a gold diggings and underground mines to explore. Sovereign Hill is an easy 90-minute drive from Melbourne and we have plenty of free parking on-site.”
10 locals recommend
Premise
“The lake is worth a visit to stretch your legs any time of year. You will find locals exercising , enjoying nature and eating and drinking coffee and one of the many cafes. ”
2 locals recommend
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“Great playground located next to Wendoree Lake. Great spot to let the kids have some fun for free. Lovely spot to take a picnic lunch. Walking/ bike track also around the lake.”
2 locals recommend
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“An abundance of native birdlife on view among peaceful surrounds. A nature-lover's delight! 10/10”
2 locals recommend
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3 locals recommend
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“Also known as the Canadian State Forest. This park has some excellent mount bike riding tracks. ”
2 locals recommend
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“900m walk from Yarrabee. Some basic equipment and lots of space to run around and play chasey.”
1 local recommends
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“130ha (320 acres) of parkland. Most of the park is a designated off leash dog area. Some beautiful large ponds with ducks and plenty of trees for shade.”
3 locals recommend
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“Gardens and playground great for family picnics and bbq. Next to Eureka public swimming pool and water park and Museum of Australian Democracy at Eureka. ”
1 local recommends
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“Beautiful walk up the famous Sturt street gardens, these extend from Pleasant street to Grenville Street. Beautiful old deciduous trees, multiple statues, fountains, rotunda, war memorial. Well worth the walk. ”
1 local recommends
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“Visit the birthplace of Democracy in Australia where the diggers took on the might of the colonial authorities. They lost the battle but won the war. The Museum of Australian Democracy at Eureka (M.A.D.E. Centre) tells the story and so much more.”
2 locals recommend
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2 locals recommend
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“If you're a runner, you'll find a great natural run-in track alongside the Yarrowee creek towards Black Hill. Make sure you climb the Black Hill lookout for stunning sunsets and sunrises over the city panorama”
2 locals recommend
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“Nice walking/jogging trails in a bushland setting, old mining relics to be discovered.”
1 local recommends