City Park Snow Blooms

Danielle Bloxsom

Townsville, Australia

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City Park, Launceston, Tasmania Australia.

Established in the 1820s, City Park has grown to be an important component of the cultural life in Launceston. It is located at Tamar Street in Launceston. Now a heritage park, City Park was created out of the gardens of the Governor’s Northern residence.
Apart from many picturesque gardens which contain some rare botanical specimens, City Park also has a John Hart Conservatory, Monkey Island, the historic Albert Hall, Design Centre of Tasmania and a restaurant. The Monkey Island is quite popular among the visitors for it houses the famous Macaque monkeys. The Monkeys survive in their natural habitat and are separated from the visitors by a glass wall and a small moat. City Park also has several memorials and statues including the bronze sculpture of Ronald Campbell Gunn, who designed the landscape of the Park. The sculpture is a work of the famous sculpture Peter Corlett.

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