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An oasis for wildlife, the Gardens feature 52 hectares of plants from Australia and all around the world. Horticultural and art and craft shows are displayed in the Auditorium most weekends and free volunteer guided walks leave the Information...more
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Mt. Coot-tha Road | Toowong, Brisbane, Queensland 4066, Australia
Probably the smallest Botanic garden I’ve been to in all the states of Australia. But looked nice, unfortunately this time of year there wasn’t a lot of colour (apart from
One part) at all but I’m sure it would be nice when there is colour.
Very beautiful place to visit. We took an Uber from Brisbane CBD to Mt. Coot-Tha look-out and walked down (20-30min walk, depending on pace). Free to visit! A wonderful array of plants, iguanas, turkeys and calm atmosphere.
Unfortunately I wouldn’t recommend the cafe as we...More
I like this garden because I feel peacefully after walking around the pond. Just seeing the bamboo trees, ducks, birds, lizards, fish. Moreover, there are plenty plants, trees which show how they are so valuable for the garden.
Unfortunately I visited under sadness as it was a Memorial Service for my cousins wife. It was such a beautiful setting so green vegetation flowing water and the sweetness of native birds. A perfect send off for Helen. Afterward walking through the gardens was so...More
Nice gardens, lots to explore. There's a playground too so our toddler got to have a play and burn off even more energy! Many different segments of the garden. My favourite was the Japanese gardens. Close to the library and planetarium. The cafe/restaurant was great!...More
The gardens are beautiful at this time of year especially the Japanese Garden where the azaleas will be coming in to bloom, it's always very tranquil there. Cafe has had an update, there are guided walks available and easy access from the city by bus...More
Walked through forest fom lookout to Botanical gardens. Beautifully tended green gardens, tranquil and cool. Loved the Japanese garden. Had Devonshire tea and a Kookaburra sat at the window watching us eat.