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Gigantic Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne sits on 145 hectares (360 acres). The landscaping is designed to accommodate interactive displays that let you walk through garden areas, cross over wetlands, and even play in water features. See large areas of native bush, heath, and other plants as well as contemporary sculptures. The red earth section brings the outback into the suburbs. You will see lots of birdlife, butterflies, and maybe even a wallaby. One area warns you to beware of snakes, so you might see one of those too. Shaded areas throughout the complex make walking a pleasure. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne and many more Cranbourne attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Cranbourne attractions planning tool.
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The gardens are amazing and I’ll rate them highly in a separate review. Getting to and from the gardens, however, is a real issue if you don’t have a car. They have a free shuttle bus to the station..... more »
We visited on a rainy day. This made walking around very difficult. There is very little shelter en route so we left quite soaked. The plants are very nice, but half way I was already quite wet and... more »
A great few hours spent wandering through the beautiful Australian gardens. We started our morning at the little coffee van on entry to the gardens, enjoying a coffee and cake whilst we watched the... more »
Beautiful. The Australian Garden is a lovely place to walk around. The walking tracks are also great, with a few different levels and lengths. The view from the lookout is lovely. A great place to go for a walk with friends, kids or to have a coffee and chat.
Wonderful places with no fee. Good view and sight. Fresh air and bird
I visited to see the NAIDOC week celebrations. Overrun with children on school holidays. Most of the event was directed at the kids, so not particularly interesting for me. The gardens themselves deserve six stars.
Very nice dry zone park
Friendly and helpful staff makes you feel welcome, even when you're inquiring about groups of people you're looking for. Gorgeous place with beautiful natural surroundings, but keep an eye on your children especially in the warmer months as snakes will be out.
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