Hunter Region Botanic Gardens, Port Stephens
(3.8/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Having been disappointed with the Hunter Valley Gardens (entry fee) we were pleasantly surprised by this free garden. There are hundreds of different plants in themed areas with plenty of labels and e...  more »
  • Hunter Region Botanic Gardens is impressive in a humble, low key way. We almost wandered around without a plan but on second thoughts ducked into the visitor centre and got a map first. It was then we...  more »
  • Have driven past here hundreds of times, but finally decided to make it the destination for today. These gardens are maintained by volunteers who do a great job. Well set out, with species areas on th...  more »
Google
  • Great place to take the family or have a picnic for the day as the kids will love exploring. Need $4 to purchase a token to exit carpark but I see that as a small donation. Friendly and helpful staff in kiosk and gardens.
  • Great gardens, both native and exotic. Volunteers maintain gardens. Many walking trails in beautiful scenery. Great place for weddings or family picnics.
  • There surrounding are not much to look at, at times it felt like i was on bush walk, but i did learn quite a bit due to every plant having its very own information plate, which is when i really started appreciating my surroundings. This place is not for everyone. GREAT PLACE FOR PEACE & RELAXATION.
  • Absolutely beautiful place, kids and I love it their
  • Great spot for a picnic and blood donation. One word: MOZZIES.