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Auburn Botanic Gardens

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Auburn Botanic Gardens
Photograph: ELT
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Time Out says

Tranquility might not be the buzzword that springs to mind when you think Auburn, but it’s the right word for the 9.2 hectares lush greenery inside the Auburn Botanic Gardens. The gardens are broken down into themed areas that include a Japanese garden, complete with a pond, waterfall and ornamental bridges. Past the Japanese garden is the Reflection Pool, then the scented garden, the sunken rose garden, a billabong, native rainforest and a playground that has full wheelchair accessible equipment, including a liberty swing. There’s also a fauna reserve and aviary where you can commune with peacocks, Cape Barron geese and red necked wallabies. Each year the Gardens also hosts two major flora festivals, the Cherry Blossom Festival in August and the Autumn Colours festival in late May. 

Details

Address:
Cnr Chisholm & Chiswick Rds
Auburn
Sydney
2144
Price:
$0-$5
Opening hours:
Daily 9am-5pm
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