Birrarung Marr

The view of Birrarung Marr near Grand Chancellor Melbourne

Birrarung Marr, situated between Federation Square and Melbourne Park, is a stunning 8.3-hectare park that connects Melbourne's CBD to its sporting precinct. Opened on Australia Day in 2002, the park's name, derived from the Woiwurrung language of the Wurundjeri people, translates to "River of Mist" and "Side of the River." Enjoy a leisurely stroll on the architecturally designed footbridge, offering picturesque views of Melbourne landmarks such as the Victorian Arts Centre and St Paul's Cathedral. Don't miss the iconic 'Angel' statue, a captivating 10-meter-high sculpture created by artist Deborah Halpern in 1988, representing various life forms. Conveniently located within easy walking distance from Hotel Grand Chancellor.

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