Albert Park Lake
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Beautiful spot to go for a walk/run, see the swans and take in the stunning scenery.
If you like to walk, job or run, then this is a must. Run around the Lake, parallel to the Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix track.
It's a great place to go for a walk or a jog. You can sit and have a picnic or watch all the birds sitting on the water.
Walking and jogging track, water views, parklands. The site of the Grand Prix track.
In March all the best formula drivers kick off the season at Melbourne formula 1 Grand Prix .
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