Parkland at Emerald

Emerald offers several adjoining areas of parkland that offer a variety of European and native trees and flowering shrubs. The range of plantings means it provides a different look with each season and it is especially spectacular when the Autumn leaves turn in April and May and fairy-like toadstools can be found. It the perfect place to engage little people by having them do a nature scavenger hunt or to hide amongst the trees. The area is dog-friendly, has public toilets and is immediately accessible from the carparks and for those who can make a stroll it provides a versatile range of backdrops to provide added interest to your gallery of images.

Family of four walking along path at Nobelius Heritage Park in Emerald
Extended family portrait in Emerald park by Melbourne photographer Kate Cashin
Family of four in gazebo at Nobelius Heritage Park in Emerald
Extended family portrait in Emerald park by Melbourne photographer Kate Cashin
Family of four in front of Autumn tree during photoshoot in Melbourne's Dandenongs
Parents holding up baby daughter at park in Emerald
Couple looking at each other in Melbourne park
Portrait of family of four at Nobelius Heritage Park Emerald
Close up on newborn baby's blue eyes
Family photograph with Autumn leaves in Melbourne
Father piggybacking son in Autumn in Melbourne park
Toddler girl looking at bubbles during photoshoot in Melbourne
Father and daughter playing in park in Autumn in Melbourne
Family throwing Autumn leaves into air in Melbourne park
Family of four looking over back of park bench with storm clouds behind
Extended family portrait in Emerald park by Melbourne photographer Kate Cashin