Paper Daisy Display at Australian Botanic Garden

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There’s a huge, beautiful display of wild Western Australian paper daisies

Native to Western Australia, paper daisies are rarely seen outside the state but every year the Australian Botanic Garden has a sprawling display of white, pink and yellow paper daisies that draws hundreds of people to the site.

The flowerbeds are situated at the base of the Connections Garden and it covers a total area of more than 1,700 square metres (just over the size of an Olympic swimming pool). Over one million seeds have been planted to create the vibrant flowerbed. 

The Botanic Garden also features 20km of walking tracks, lakes, gardens, parks and a Stonehenge-type sundial, outdoor sculptures and a mountain bike track. 

Paper daisies can usually be seen at the Garden from early September through to the end October and they're totally free to check out. 

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