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Sturt Street Gardens

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Sturt Street, Ballarat Central VIC 3350

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  • Long stretch of parkland
  • Surrounded by historic buildings
  • Historic monuments
  • Gardens
  • Bench seating
  • Titanic Memorial Bandstand
Take a scenic stroll along the Sturt Street Gardens, a stretch of parkland which encompasses 13 blocks of Sturt Street's central divider. 

Discover the many fascinating monuments and ornamental garden beds, taking in views of Ballarat's grand 19th century architecture along the way. 

The Sturt Street Gardens run up the middle of the road from Grenville Street all the way to Pleasant Street, covering an area of 7.1 acres. 

The park is filled with historically significant monuments, memorials, bandstands and trees, and is a fascinating and educational place to take walk. 

There are many fantastic bakeries, cafes and restaurants along Sturt Street as well.

Some significant features of the Sturt Street Gardens include:
  • Titanic Memorial Bandstand
  • Queen Alexandra Bandstand
  • Queen Victoria Memorial Fountain
  • Queen Victoria Statue
  • Burke & Wills Fountain
  • King George  Monument
  • Peter Lalor statue
And much, much more!

Supervise children at all times when walking through the Sturt Street Gardens, as it has very busy roads on either side.

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