Cokington Green Gardens is a famous miniature landscape park in Canberra. Famous buildings from all over the world have been built in the same style and different proportions. It is a veritable miniature landscape park. There are many scenes displayed here, such as the Premier League. There are a few football villains on it, which looks like real Watching a wonderful English Premier League football match, it is worth it.
This garden is really beautiful and the scenery is great. In addition, here is a particularly famous villain kingdom. It is also particularly childlike, especially suitable for bringing children to play. This time I came here around noon. It felt too hot. The temperature difference here was too big. It was too hot at noon and cold at night. When you are playing, you should drink plenty of water to avoid heat stroke.
This is a small model small park, is a private park, but the model inside is very exquisite, the layout is very reasonable, it is well worth the trip. Look at the first photo below is the entrance to the park, the second is the model and tickets, it is very exquisite!
We spent about 90 minutes in Cockington Villain. It is very cute there, with a beautiful garden, and many small details. The steam train journey is very interesting and children love it. If you are in the area of Gold Creek (place name, Golden Creek), this place is worth visiting. The International Dinosaur Museum is just across the road, Walk in Avia (spot name, Avia Road), reptile zoo, small bars and some shops are not far away, just a few minutes walk away.
Cockington Green Garden in Canberra is a very beautiful miniature landscape park. Here, many famous sights and buildings from all over the world are concentrated in a garden. And the production is very exquisite and beautiful, and it feels like stepping into a small country, full of childishness and joy.
The Cachinton Gardens, which has become one of Canberra's iconic attractions and won many tourist awards, has made the gardens more colorful, in addition to British architecture.