Fountains of Melbourne

Melbourne has some delightful water fountains (water features) which are being turned back on after water restrictions.

The fountains are designed to be largely drought-proof, drawing water not from the city's mains, as they have in the past, but instead using sources such as rainwater tanks, stormwater or recycled water.

Please note: the on/off fountains listed below may have changed.

Melbourne's fountains flowing again

What's Wet


Fountains turned on:

Ball Memorial, Lincoln Square, Carlton
Coles Fountain, Parliament Reserve
Macpherson Robertson Fountain, The Shrine
Walker Fountain, Kings Domain
Tianjin Garden water feature, Spring Street
Pioneer Women's Garden, Kings Domain
Hochgurtel Fountain, Victoria Street side of Royal Exhibition Building, Carlton Gardens
River God Fountain and Conservatory Waterjets, Fitzroy Gardens
Georges Fountain
Mockridge Fountain, City Square
Stanford Fountain, Gordon Reserve, corner Collins and Spring Streets

What's Not


Other fountains:

The Looking Glass, City Square
Grey Street fountain, Fitzroy Gardens
Boy with Urn, Fitzroy Gardens
Edward the Seventh, Fitzroy Gardens
Dinny Ahern, Lygon Street
Faultine Rowboat, Southbank
Grants Fountain, Exhibition Street
Children's Lake, Queen Victoria Gardens
Carlton Garden's Lake Grotto, Kings Domain
Westgarth Fountain - Royal Exhibition Building, Carlton Gardens


❊ Web Links ❊


Fountains of Melbourne 

Melbournes fountains flowing again

Wetland water refills Melbournes landmark fountains - ABC News

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