List of places to explore the Botanical gardens should be on the bucket list of everyone who loves plants? Australia is the most inspiring and immersive display that is renowned for the hundreds of parks and gardens which is well known for its flora, and its amazing landscapes. The Australian Botanical Gardens is the best place where you can discover inspiration and information about how to use Australian plants in your home garden. Explore the beautiful botanical gardens in Australia with a pleasant walks, shades and interesting look at it. Check it out the following places to find the best Botanical gardens in Australia.
Royal Botanic Gardens, Melbourne
Royal Botanic Gardens is the renowned botanical gardens at its best located at the heart of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Royal Botanic Gardens is comprised of 38 hectares of stunning landscapes that offers home to lots of vegetation including more than 10,000 individual species. Since, Royal Botanic Gardens is the treasured part of heritage-rich Melbourne’s cultural life and a valuable asset. Royal Botanic Gardens also offers home to the natural sanctuary for native wildlife such as black swans, eels, bell birds, cockatoos and kookaburras. The great highlighted attraction of Royal Botanic Garden is its stunning Children’s Garden.
The Children’s Garden has everything that children could possibly want to help them discover the natural world. You can also find many shops t shop for botanical-inspired souvenirs and gifts including stationery, skincare, books and greeting cards. The best time to explore Royal Botanic Gardens is at the time in spring and autumn, but is well worth visiting at any time of the year. The Gardens are open every day of the year at 7.30am and close at dusk. With its stunning beauty, Royal Botanic Gardens attracts 1.8 million visitors annually. Immerse yourself in the vibrant, stunning beauty of the flora, native vegetation, Non-native traditional gardens, Lawns, Plant science and Horticulture and much more.
Wellington Botanical Gardens, New Zealand
Wellington Botanical Garden is the first class children garden that will be a place where children can learn about plants and how important they are to our lives. Indulge in the beauty of Wellington Botanic Garden and enjoy its 25 ha of its unique landscape, colorful floral displays, specialized plant collections, protected native thick forest and views over Wellington city. The best way to explore Wellington Botanical Garden is take a cable car up to these gardens for views over the city.
You can find the most elegant Duck Pond, Begonia House, award-winning Lady Norwood Rose Garden, Children’s Play Area and the historic Bolton Street Memorial Park and also some glowworms (which is open to the visitors only during autumn-spring, otherwise, these are closed at night) located in and around the Wellington Botanical Gardens. This would be the perfect place for you if you are looking for the best place for your walking and running. Try a ride in the gondola up to the planetarium and the walk from the top of the gardens down to the city center. Spend your time in your tranquil and beautiful garden located in New Zealand.(Image by: New Zealand Wild)
Enjoy the Botanical gardens in Australia and fall in love with a pleasant walks, shades and interesting environments.
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