Conservatory

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Conservatory Fountain Melbourne AustraliaIMG_5572

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The Conservatory  is part of Fitzroy Gardens. It is a well known landmark back to 1930, and it attracts both tourists and locals alike with five rotating floral displays. The building measures 30 x 15 metres and is influenced by the Spanish mission style. The flowers displayed above include schizanthus and calceolaria. The Conservatory is open to the public free of charge.

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