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If you are in Cumberland council and willing to give exposure to your kids of beautiful creatures of Almighty, then don't miss this. Beside it, this is a good place to have day out with family and extended friends. Facilities for BBQ are available and...More
This is a lively botanic garden with a lit of native birds. The Japanese garden is a highlight, with cherry blossoms and a beautiful design. There is a section with animals, like wallabies and emus too.
Beautiful Gardens, saw the Cherry Blossoms, Australian Animals, quaint water falls, lake & many beautiful plants, went & had coffee & then lunch at Auburn Tennis Club which is next to the main entrance on the left, to get there we caught a bus from...More
This was my first trip to the Auburn Botanical Gardens I went early on the last day of the Sydney Cherry Blossom Festival. It is a very well organised event with free busses to and from the Civic Car Park every 15 minutes which I...More
We enjoyed our visit there. It was a bit crowded because of last day of cherry blossoms festival, but the lake and Australian rainforest at the back was gorgeous. You can go there by t2 train . Get off at Auburn station.
I was not aware of an annual cherry blossom festival was on until seeing an article on the internet. Festival only on for 2 weeks each year. Pre-purchased tickets, very cheap. Decided that it might get very busy went early and arrived about 9:30am. Parking...More
At Auburn Station you are guided to free Shuttle bus to take you to the gardens.
Colourful flags wecome all.
Pretty blossoms beckon.
Manicured Japanese Gardens as well as Australian Rainforest area.
Area for Australian Fauna. Never before have I seen a Cape Barren Goose....More
Some of the photos on here are really well done and make it look better than I thought it was. All the native areas are more like a park. The formal areas didn't seem in good condition. The Japanese garden is ok but lacks a...More
The garden in Auburn is always good for a stroll or picnic if you are in the area. But in August, it is well worth a visit to see the cherry blossoms. This year the festival is between 17th to 26th August. The paths are...More