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My wife and I come to visit the Garden. We have been here before, but live too far away to be regular visitors. The Garden is near the top of Shepherds Hill Road, and has its own off street parking area. A bus runs past...More
We were staying on the other side of the city and drove over to see these gardens and yes they are great for families and people who are more interested in Australian flora. If you only have time for one botanic garden I would recommend...More
This delightful park is ideal for families and people in wheelchairs.It has plenty of trees and bushes and birds flying around.It is easy to navigate and there are seats and shelters here and there.Toilets are are also on site.There is a small car park within...More
This small garden has a beautiful collection of native trees and plants,a lovely place to wander around, the protea plants were exceptional , really well kept and free entry, nice place to picnic by the lake.
I visited the gardens today with a friend. I have visited in the past to wander and enjoy but today we joined the regular Tuesday morning guided tour (10.30 from the car park). Our guide was knowledgeable and our small group had plenty of opportunity...More
Beautiful gardens well maintained. A few different walking tracks. There are duck ponds and the occasional koala if you look up. The friendly magpies come to check out if you have any food to give them
My passion is learning about, propagating, and planting indigenous plants. Like many amateur botanists/ecology enthusiasts, I only really know about my local flora and fauna which is the delicate diversity of the S-E Queensland coastal ranges.
I loved seeing Wittunga's Australian native and South African...More
My husband and I often take time out to visit this very special garden. It's owned by the Adelaide Botanic Garden, although it was once privately owned by the Ashby family. It houses a huge collection of Proteaceae, and some wonderful and usual salvias. There...More