The Australian Botanic Garden, Mount Annan

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  • The last time we visited this huge park, it was in the middle of a drought and some of the plants and trees were stressed. Not this time. With the soaking rain of March 2017, the garden was magnificen...  more »
  • Lunch was very nice, fresh choices available not just fried foods. Not a super extentive menu but lots to pick from for lunch. Breakfast is also available  more »
  • We visited there on a 35+ degree day with some relatives out from England with me in a wheelchair and one other elderly lady using a walker, so we two were limited in what we could get out and see but...  more »
  • Amazing place to relax & appreciate nature. Plenty of nice walking tracks. Bring your bicycle too. Make sure to visit the blue tree. There's a nice restaurant inside the garden as well.
  • Thank you to all the staff & rangers for making the Big Idea Picnic area so clean & tidy for our event today. We are a social group for stroke survivors with many people with mobility issues, we found the amenities were easily accessible with flat pathways, hand rails in the toilets, which were clean & well stocked with T/paper, hand soap & paper hand towels. We had a great day and we will return.
  • A huge botanic garden, with Australian plants in a native setting just outside Campbelltown - and free entry! Facilities include a restaurant, visitors centre, seed bank, lakes, gardens, flower displays, bird life, a memorial to the Stolen Generation of Aboriginals, the "sundial of human involvement", barbecues and great views North across Campbelltown towards the City of Sydney and West towards the Blue Mountains. Don't forget to look out for the endangered Wollemi Pine, rediscovered in 1994!
  • Great place for everyone. Kids play area is decently sized. The walking paths are fantastic. You can do a few kms or a lot! When the flowers are in bloom the park looks amazing. The coffee shop is good although quite expensive.
  • Great area for picnics or a walk. Lots of hills make it great for jogging. Beautiful scenery and lots of space. Plus it is free