You've seen the entrance and found out it is a cemetery. Now it's time for some pretty pictures!
The main walkway through the park. The trees make a shady tunnel to walk under.
In the shade of the trees are many plants, though not many of them are flowering at the moment. These Hydrangeas are one of the few plants curently in flower.
These steps connect the park with the memorial walls (see yesterdays post).
Stone, sunshine and flowers. I love this photograph.
For me, Hobarts most attractive feature is its joining of old and new. Here, a gazebo and the Conservatorium of Music (University of Tasmania) somehow look good together in the same shot, despite the differences between them.
The gazebo. It is humble, but has been stood on by famous characters (Humphrey Bear) and people (George from Playschool). Quite a few classical musicians have also played their instruments on here. Not quite as exciting as Humphrey Bear and George, I know, but it does sound beautiful.
One of the walls that borders the park.
Usually, there are people dotted all over the grass. When the Christmas Carols were held here, the park was overflowing with people. It was great!
Another entrance to the park, this one is diagonally opposite to the one with the lions. We will be leaving the park through here. Beyond is Sandy Bay, which we will have to explore some other time!
I hope you've enjoyed our three-day exploration of St. Davids Park! If you're in Hobart, come here with some lunch and a frisbee, and see if you can find someone in the cemetery with the same surname as you!