We spent about 90 minutes in Carkington Lilliputian Country. It's very lovely, with beautiful gardens and lots of delicate details. The steam train trip is very interesting and children like it very much. If you're in the Gold Creek area, it's worth it. The International Dinosaur Museum is just across the road. Walk in Avia, the reptile zoo, bars and some shops are just a few minutes'walk away.
The Corkington Green Garden is a must-come place for Canberra. It's a miniature landscape garden in the world. There are many world famous scenic spots in miniature edition. It's very lifelike and exquisite. It absolutely allows you to travel around the world in half an hour. In fact, the environment of the garden is also very good. The trees are shady and flowers are everywhere. The air is quite good. It's very pleasant to visit.
The Corkington Green Garden in Canberra is a very beautiful miniature landscape park. It condenses many famous scenic spots and buildings around the world into one garden. And the production is very exquisite and beautiful, feel like entering a small country, full of children's fun and joy.
The Corkington Green Garden is Australia's famous Little Man Country, which is miniaturized from famous scenic spots around the world. What the Great Wall, the Eiffel Tower, the Dutch windmill, the Egyptian pyramid can be found here, everything is so lifelike, just like real. It's amazing to go around here and feel like I've traveled around the world.
Also known as "Canberra's Little Man Country". The entrance is a very English style building with a pink old car parked. Inside is a beautiful courtyard style, neatly trimmed trees are lush and comfortable. The most interesting thing is to see the mini-buildings. If you take the mini-trains, you can also see the seven dwarfs beside the rails. This is a mini fairy tale world, very cute.
Miniature landscape, very careful management, and small train shuttle, children like it very much
Canberra, come here must go to cockingtons green garden, this is the children's paradise, inside the little clay man is very interesting.... Like.
The first stop of our one-day tour from Sydney to Canberra was here. The Lilliputian country asked for tickets. So we did not go in. We just walked outside in a small town. The scenery here was very beautiful. It was a painting. The town was quiet. There were few people and cars. It took a long time for us to make a little noise. We also spoke quietly for fear of breaking the tranquility.