Stroll Walk Sit Dine Relax in beautiful Coffs Harbour's subtropical gardens
The Botanic Gardens in Coffs Harbour are the most beautiful gardens in northern News South Wales.
Situated in the centre of the Coffs Harbour township the large gardens cover 20 hectares and are easily accessible from Harbour Drive – the main street – Turn into Hardacre Street before the Hogbin Drive roundabout - only 1 kilometre from central Coffs Habour.
With wide walking paths, seating, cafe and shady rest areas the garden is a serene joyous display of plants and colour. No admission charges and ample parking.
Opened in 1988, the Garden covers 20 hectares of Crown Land and is bounded on three sides by Coffs Creek, a wide mangrove-lined, tidal estuary.
The Garden features a section of natural forest and mangroves; plantings of rare and endangered Australian species, Australian rainforest species, and exotic plants from other sub-tropical regions of the world. We also have a delightful Japanese garden set around a lake. Five kilometres of paths and boardwalks traverse the Garden, giving visitors easy access to all areas. Our website introduces visitors to the Garden areas, walks, maps, resources, services and events. Come and see us soon!
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