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Pioneer Women's Memorial

Melbourne, Victoria

Situated in the Queen Victoria Gardens, Melbourne the Pioneer Women's Garden was created in 1934 as part of the centenary celebrations.

It is a quietly lovely spot that is part of the complex of gardens across the Yarra River from Melbourne along Saint Kilda Road.

Pioneer Women's Memorial
Pioneer Womens Memorial

The tiled arch is flanked with two plaques.

Click to see left plaque
Click to see right plaque.

Just the facts:

Open daily, no admission charged
Visit Victoria
Getting there: Take any tram along Swanston Street Melbourne, or walk across the Princes Bridge from Flinders Street Station.