Fitzroy Garden is Melbourne's most famous garden, is a large area of green space, the shade of the roadside is towering trees. The road forms a "m" shape, making the garden a huge British flag, which is said to be the most eye-catching from the air. The most famous attraction of the garden is Captain Cook's cabin, the oldest white cultural relic in Australia. Captain Cook was the first Englishman who landed on the Australian mainland in 1770 and declared it British territory. He was regarded as the founder of Australia. A greenhouse flower house in the garden is very beautiful. Flowers and scenery are very beautiful. I can't help but want to take pictures.
The park is very large in the east of Melbourne's downtown area, but very few people. Melbourne in December can also see several blue flowers here. The park has dense vegetation. You can see the pool and small garden after a few steps. The famous Cook House is in the southwest corner of the park. There are Chinese road signs in the park, so you don't have to worry about the language problem at all.
Green grass, clear sky, ten thousand miles, white clouds, like a beautiful landscape painting, sitting on a bench to bask in the sun. Dazed, really pleasant. There is also a flower house, which contains ten thousand kinds of flowers, like the Garden of Eden in a dream.
Captain Cook's cabin, which Fitzroy Gardens moved from Britain brick by brick... I don't know what kind of flower it is. Big blossoms are in full bloom. During the rest, I have the privilege to see crows feeding back. The sheep have the grace of kneeling and the crows have the meaning of feeding back.