Australian Botanic Garden Mount Annan

The country’s largest botanic garden contains over 4000 species of (mostly native) plant.


Conceived in 1984 and officially opened in 1988, the Botanic Gardens Trust has focused mostly on the display, cultivation, and protection of native flora. The park itself covers 416-hectares and contains over 20km of walking track. Picnic areas with free barbecue facilities are included at many points. There are many themed features in the park, at least 18 of them, including the showcase Connections Garden and the Australian PlantBank, dedicated to the preservation of wild plants that face possible future extinction. The gardens are also home to over 160 species of birds, as well as kangaroos and wallabies. Sundial Hill offers glorious 360° views of the surroundings, including the skyline of Sydney. Free tours led by enthusiastic volunteers can be arranged at the visitor centre. Other facilities include a well-regarded cafe and an education centre dedicated to teaching local communities about organic gardening.


Local time8:14 AM GMT+11
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