Why travel all over Australia for natural beauty when you can sample a little of everything right here in Canberra? The ... More
Australian National Botanic Gardens
Why travel all over Australia for natural beauty when you can sample a little of everything right here in Canberra? The Australian National Botanic Gardens offer a unique opportunity to enjoy the vast differences in Australian flora. The rainforest is a favourite, as are the rock gardens and eucalyptus lawn. The Visitor Centre is packed with entertaining and educational videos, leaflets and displays. The bookshop is a necessary stop for any gardener. Picnic amongst the beauty of the gardens or enjoy a light meal in the cafe. Free guided tours of the gardens are available daily.
Reviews for Australian National Botanic Gardens: 3
Can't recommend highly enough
By A Yahoo Contributor, 4/19/05
Always a very beautiful place to visit. As a native Canberran, it has been a regular hangout for me as I've grown up. The rainforests are lovely and cool for a hot summers day. Beautiful place for a picnic, or to just sit and relax or read. Has a decent cafe, and many out of the way benches at which to rest. Oh, and my friends recently got married there! I can't recommend this place highly enough.
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