Flagstaff Gardens is the oldest park in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, first established in 1862.
Today is one of the most visited and widely used parks in the city by residents, nearby office workers and tourists. The gardens are notable for their archaeological, historical and social significance to the history of Melbourne.
As a celebration for Australia Day, our General English students together with their teachers visited the park, where they had a ‘yummy’ Aussie BBQ, played English related games, took plenty of photos; our talented students ended this awesome event by playing the guitar and singing a number of English songs.
What a great day it was!!!