Melbourne Botanic Gardens – Guilfoyle’s Volcano – Australia – Melbourne Video



(Melbourne Botanic Gardens) – ( Guilfoyle’s Volcano) – Australia

Guilfoyle’s Volcano
Guilfoyle’s Volcano was built in 1876 and was used to store water for the botanic gardens. After lying idle for 60 years, it was restored as part of a significant landscape development project called Working Wetlands.

This spectacular and historic water reservoir has commanding views of the city, and its striking landscape design showcases low water use plants. Boardwalks and viewing platforms give visitors the opportunity to explore this long-hidden but remarkable feature of (Melbourne Gardens).

https://www.rbg.vic.gov.au/visit-melbourne/attractions/guilfoyles-volcano

Guilfoyle’s Volcano is in the south-east corner of the gardens and is easily accessible via C Gate (enter via Anderson Street) and D Gate (enter via Birdwood Avenue).

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  1. That's a great video I really liked

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  2. Wow fantastic upload friend ??

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  3. What a beautiful place ? Thank you for this wonderful video ????? have a happy evening my dear brother ??????? God bless you ????????

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  4. Thank you for sharing with us this beauty , very nice place

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  5. 8.lk güzel paylaşım 🙂 sizide beklerim

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  6. Thank you David it is Fantastic??
    I am coming , make Holiday??
    ☺..fun must be
    Your Marille ?‍♀️

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  7. O wow excellent video guys! The plant life always looks a lil different close to volcanoes. Love all the cacti and strange arid vegetation. Hahaha I'm a real sucker for nature. Loved the vid! ????

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  8. What a cool garden, and nice to read the info & history too – Steve

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  9. this settings really feels like you are by the dessert an oasis in melbourne city 😀 – some really great cactus plantation too :D, almost feels like you arent in melbourne when you walk through it 😀 – so beautiful

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  10. This is really nice and well put together tell me how far is the Outback from where you're at? And is it more like jungle in the outback or is it more like desert with waterways I really have no idea.

    I think most people gets their perception from the Outback from the movie with Crocodile Dundee and I don't think that's accurate I'm sure look forward to hearing from you bye for now God bless Ken

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  11. Looks like you have California yuccas were they imported? Some of that cactus looks like it came from here or Arizona as well?

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  12. Beautiful channel Good afternoon Very nice update

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  14. Like my friend, very nice place!!

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  15. Absolutely beautiful botanical garden

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  16. fantastic video..thankyou so much…

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  17. Tenha um abençoado dia! Que a felicidade permaneça com você em todos os minutos desse dia.

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  18. Really beautiful garden ? fantastic upload video

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  19. Awesome Dave. It's lovely. Nature has powers to relax the mind

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  20. Amazingly beautiful video! Love the bridge and the cactus is absolutely gorgeous! Enjoy watching it..give you Big ?????????

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  21. Wow how lovely. Those cacti look huge . I really enjoy this video my friend ❤?

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  22. Absolutely amazing place we like going to botanical gardens this was top notch ty for sharing

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  23. Super beautiful colors! Lovely nature!! Very cool images and editing!! Watching this video really makes us want to book a flight there right now!!

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  24. My dog would luv the Botanical gardens…so much room for roaming…!

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