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An oasis for wildlife, the Gardens feature 52 hectares of plants from Australia and all around the world. Horticultural and art and craft shows are displayed in the Auditorium most weekends and free volunteer guided walks leave the Information...more
Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Mt. Coot-tha Road | Toowong, Brisbane, Queensland 4066, Australia
All reviews japanese garden tropical dome bonsai house bonsai display mt coot tha plants and trees bird life water dragons different areas free entry picnic lunch walk around few hours water features the river great place to visit planetarium
Great place to visit for a very large variety of flora and fauna. Combine it with a trip to the mountain top - Mt Cootha which has some super views.
There are many diverse sections here - from tropical forests to cacti to kitchen gardens....More
We finally made it to the gardens with some visitors and it was well worth it. The variety of plants is fantastic, the rain forest was wonderful to wander through while the sprinklers were going, the herb and veggie gardens with workshops that occur looked...More
Variety of plants very well maintained and displayed. Helpful staff around and whilst it is best seen on foot it is possible to drive round most parts which is ideal for the elderly and disabled. Decent large cafe at site entrance.
Working near the Gardens, I have the opportunity to walk there regularly. It is a great place to exercise and offers a variety of plant types to enjoy. One of my favourite parts of the Gardens is the Australian Plant Communities sectio and is a...More
First visit for many many years. Excellent. Will return before too long, and do the guided tours that are available. With the three magnificent locations within the gardens for marriage ceremonies, and Brisbane's largest cemetery next door, maybe the experience should be renamed "Three weddings...More
This is a beautifully kept Botanical Gardens with many pathways showing exotic and native plants, trees etc. A highlight of the walk through this park is the frilly lizards which frequent the running water ways. They are quite large and are a huge hit with...More
This is a hidden heaven in the fringes of the city..Tall luscious tropical plants.. tiny cute bonsai trees..natural looking ponds with ducks grazing around.. colorful birds twitting and feeding themselves with the nectars of flowers.. Aromatic herb garden to wake up yoru senses.. walk around...More
Having visited many botanical gardens both around Australia and overseas I must say that there is too much concrete and ashphelt around this botanical garden
We decided we’d walk around the newer section where there is a lake BUT unfortunately huge ugly concrete paths abound...More