We love our garden, but don’t take our word for it, read what our visitors have to say. Thank you to everyone who leaves a review on google, trip advisor or wherever you review. We appreciate it very much.


This botanic gardens is a very impressive effort to have been pulled off by a small city: the international collections are genuinely intriguing and the landscaping is generally to a metropolitan standard. Enjoy the variety and the well executed presentation and salute the locals responsible!


This is an extensive and well maintained garden. You could consider it a “botanical zoo” with multiple sections from different climates, conditions and parts of Australia/the world. Beautifully shaded for summer days and big enough to spend some hours enjoying, especially if you bring a picnic!


Wonderful day had by 4 generations in peaceful gardens today👌 Thank you to all volunteers involved & special appreciation for wheelchair to borrow for our 88 & 86yr old seniors, really allowed for easy access to all areas. 🙏


Went on a rainy/ overcast day and still had lots of fun exploring the gardens. There is a sensory garden where I discovered Vietnamese coriander that smells exactly like pho. The Japanese garden is a great place to explore where we spotted some turtles. Also the Chinese garden has a water feature which was a hit for my toddler.


Well worth the visit! Wheelchair Accessible, beautiful track, gorgeous gardens, very well kept, clean and tidy. Plenty of shady picnic spots, bench and tables so bring picnic along. Amenities available as you enter the premises or one inside the garden. Plenty of parkings. Strongly recommend it.


Great long walks. Great variety of themes and plant life. Beautiful tropical forest and creek walk. If you’re lucky you’ll see some wildlife. Not overly busy. Toilets, bins, parking, cafe, art shop.


Because it’s spring everything is blooming, very beautiful and safe for toddlers to explore, I have a 2 and 1 year old who just love the freedom. The people who work there are lovely.


Family with kids walk around the park.

Great layout and variety of native and alternate regions trees and plants. Good sign’s and well maintained 


A hidden gem. Definitely worth a visit. It is very large botanical garden divided into world regions. There is a great sensory garden and the new green house is good to go. Buy some plants at the shop on the way out. The facilities and paths are good with drinking stations to fill your bottle