Flagstaff Gardens stands as Melbourne's oldest park and holds status as one of the most frequented green spaces among locals, nearby professionals, and tourists. Within the City of Melbourne's Open Space Strategy, it's designated as a regional Open Space and holds significance at the state level, being listed on the Victorian Heritage Register. This historic site boasts its 19th-century charm with grand tree-lined paths. The park offers amenities like a bowling club, tennis courts, playgrounds with wheelchair access, and electric barbecues, enhancing its appeal. It encompasses expansive lawns adorned with mature trees, floral displays, and wildlife. Among these grounds lie memorials and sculptures, shedding light on the area's social importance. Furthermore, Flagstaff Gardens boasts a year-round cafe, restaurant, and stalls for visitors' convenience.
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