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Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney

The Royal Botanic Garden is the oldest scientific institution in Australia, established in 1816 on the Sydney Harbour.

The Royal Botanic Garden is the oldest scientific institution in Australia, established in 1816 on the Sydney Harbour. The 30 hectare park is divided into 4 major areas around the Palm Grove Centre, with the gardens gradually ascending up from the Farm Cove on the waterfront –

  • Lower Gardens feature the Band Lawn, main ponds, Oriental Garden, Yurong, Choragic Monument of Lysicrates replica, Victoria Lodge, Henry Lawson Gates, and the Maiden Pavilion.
  • Middle Gardens feature the Palm House, the Wollemi Pine, Succulent Garden, Rare and Threatened Plant Garden, Herbarium, Lion Gate Lodge, Begonia Garden and the Macquarie Wall and Spring Walk.
  • Palace Gardens have the Rainforest Walk, Pioneer Garden, Morshead Fountain Gate, Palace Garden Gate, Rose Garden & Pavilion, Turf Plots, Old Mill Garden, the Herb Garden and the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
  • Bennelong Precinct has Government House where the Governor of New South Wales resides, Parade Ground, Australian Native Rockery, Bennelong Lawn and the Queen Elizabeth II Gate.
Entry to the Royal Botanic Garden is free. It is open all year round.


Hours

Sun

9:00

17:30

Mon

9:00

17:30

Tue

9:00

17:30

Wed

9:00

17:30

Thu

9:00

17:30

Fri

9:00

17:30

Sat

9:00

17:30

About Royal Botanic Gardens

 Mrs Macquaries Rd, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

 +61 2 9231 8111

 www.rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au

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