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The Australian Botanic Garden, Mount Annan
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|Address & contact details|| |
The Australian Botanic Garden, Mount Annan
Phone: 02-4634 7900
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|Opening hours|| |
Note: no pets allowed in the Garden.
|Entry fees||FREE entry to Garden|
|Getting there|| |
The Australian Botanic Garden is 57 km from the Sydney CBD, about 45 minutes drive from the city.
Changed traffic conditions at the entrance to the Australian Botanic Garden, Mount Annan
Please note that traffic conditions at the Narellan Road entrance to the Australian Botanic Garden have changed. New gates at the entrance to the Garden have been installed at the boundary on Narellan Road. These new gates will provide a more secure environment and help to protect precious wildlife from traffic on Narellan Road. From Monday 15 July, vehicles will not be able to turn left or right into the Garden outside of the Gardenís operating hours of 10 am to 5 pm. Illuminated signs will indicate this at the traffic signals. For further information, please contact the Australian Botanic Garden, Mount Annan on 4634 7900.
When visiting the Australian Botanic Garden, Mount Annan, please be aware of zoned parking areas and road regulations. The roads within the Garden are public roads and therefore all normal traffic regulations apply.
Infringement notices will be issued to vehicles parked illegally in no stopping, accessible parking and bus zones at the Garden. This is to control traffic in certain areas and to alleviate the congestion, safety and access issues.
It is our top priority for visitors to have the most enjoyable and safe experience while at the Garden. Thank you for your cooperation.
|Disability access|| |
|Visitor facilities|| |
Facilities at theme gardens
Car park 87 98 44 22 Accessible Car Spaces 2 2 1 3 Picnic Shelters (4 picnic tables, total capacity 40) 1 1 1 1 Picnic tables (without cover) 7 10 3 1 Barbecues 6 2 2 Toilets (accessible toilets in each location) 2 9 2 3
Accessible Car Spaces
Picnic Shelters (4 picnic tables, total capacity 40)
Picnic tables (without cover)
Toilets (accessible toilets in each location)
|Garden Shop|| |
All profits from the Shop benefit the Garden.
|Walks & tours|| |
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Restaurants, cafes and kiosks
Melaleuca House Cafe-Restaurant: is open weekdays 10 am to 5 pm, weekends 8 am to 5 pm. Breakfast bookings on weekends are between 8 am and 9.30 am, with entry to the cafe during this time via Mount Annan Drive.
Please phone ahead to make breakfast reservations.
Bookings preferred, phone: 4648 3318
|Weddings & venues|| |
This Garden offers special event venue sites that are truly out of the ordinary. Youíll enjoy spectacular gardens, ceremonial lawns, lake views, arbors, native wildlife, seminar facilities and a restaurant with verandahs and a piazza.
|Visitor code & regulations|| |
Please help us care for the Garden by following a few simple rules during your visit. We ask visitors to remember:
Please do not:
Regulations: click here for full list of regulations for the Royal Botanic Gardens & Domain Trust.
How can I make my picnic sustainable?
Please help us keep the Australian Botanic Garden, Mount Annan and the animals that call it home healthy, safe and clean by taking your rubbish home with you. By doing so, you will help control visual pollution and stop precious wildlife becoming reliant on waste products. Wind or curious animals can soon create unsightly trails of any rubbish left behind.
Why not reduce, reuse and recycle at your picnic? You could:
|Weather||View current weather at the Australian Botanic Garden Mount Annan|
|Fast facts||View Fast Facts|
Why not visit one of your other two botanic gardens?
View time-lapse video of the Australian Botanic Garden, Mount Annan: 8-9 November 2011