Blue Mountains Botanic Garden

Bells Line of Rd, Mount Tomah, NSW 2758

The vibrant beauty of the Blue Mountains Botanic Garden

Blue Mountains Botanic Garden

The Blue Mountains, alongside the Great Barrier Reef, Kakadu and Uluru, is one of Australia’s favourite natural wonders. The mountains are an enormous expanse of towering waterfalls, majestic peaks, lush forests and unique wildlife.

It should come as no surprise that the Blue Mountains is home to one of Australia’s most lush botanic gardens! The Blue Mountains Botanic Garden is a vibrant testament to the region’s wondrous flora and fauna, with plenty of garden areas, natural areas and wildlife to enjoy.

So, what are some of the joys that await you at the Blue Mountains Botanic Gardens?

Let’s take a look at what makes them so special!

  • An endless abundance of wildlife

    The botanic garden is situated right in the middle of the sprawling forests and peaks of the Blue Mountains, and serves as a refuge for many of the region’s unique wildlife. This makes it a great place for visitors, as at any time of the year they have the opportunity to spot some adorable marsupials, fascinating birdlife and scaly reptiles, who all come to the garden to forage and chill out!

  • Meander the landscaped areas

    The Blue Mountains Botanic Garden is one-of-a-kind in the way that it is the only botanic garden in the world located within a United Nations World Heritage Area! This makes for a special garden park, with each section specifically dedicated to flora from different regions. Visitors can take their time to wander around these beautifully landscaped sections, noticing the difference between regions along the way.

  • Enjoy the abundant natural areas

    The botanic garden is home to hectares of natural forest and woodlands, providing the perfect location to go for a mini hike and enjoy the best of this stunning part of the world. Here, you will learn about the incredible trees and plants that call this region home, and how the woodland formed over countless years.

  • Whilst you’re in the Blue Mountains…

    The Blue Mountains Botanic Garden is one of the most amazing places to visit in the region, but it’s not the only place that makes the Blue Mountains so spectacular. Whilst you’re there, be sure to head to the cascading Wentworth Falls, seek a thrill at Scenic World and picnic at Lyrebird Dell, with each adventure adding to the unforgettable time you are bound to have in the Blue Mountains.

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