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City: Melbourne

Located just east of the central area of the city, the Fitzroy Gardens are a famous Melbourne tourist attraction, valued for their historic, aesthetic, architectural and horticultural significance. The Gardens was named after Sir Charles Augustus Fitzroy, Governor of New South Wales (1846-1851) and Governor-General of the Australian Colonies (1851-1855). Captain James Cook's cottage is also located in the garden site, which in the 1930s was taken apart and sent to Australia. Among the other attractions to see in the Fitzroy Gardens are the Conservatory that houses magnificent indoor floral displays, Sinclair's Cottage, and a model Tudor Village.


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