Botanic Gardens Trust, Sydney, Australia


Spring has arrived at Sydney's Royal Botanic Garden

One of the best floral displays in Sydney is now in full bloom! The historic Spring Walk in Sydney’s Royal Botanic Garden is ablaze with colour and full of the sweet perfume of spring flowers - tulips, pansies, ornamental peach trees, wisteria, and rhododendrons.

Check out the Spring Walk in magnificent bloom on BotanicGardensTV Youtube.

This year’s Spring Walk is sponsored by Four Seasons Hotel Sydney. The hotel maintains a strong commitment to supporting sustainability and is pleased to partner with the Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain Trust which shares common values surrounding the preservation of our natural environment.

The Spring Walk has a long history. The southern side of the Garden’s Macquarie Wall was first planted with azaleas, rhododendrons and other shade loving plants in 1856. This established a tradition of planting spring flowers along the path between Botanic Gardens Creek and Lion Gate Lodge. Since then, the Spring Walk has become a much-loved and visited horticultural feature in the Garden.

Following renovations and the replacement of the azaleas with plants better suited to the Sydney environment in 2004, this colourful avenue of spring flowers is also now an example of the Trust’s commitment to sustainable horticulture.

The Spring Walk is a ‘must see’! Don’t miss it!

To find out more contact (02) 9231 8184.


 Spring Walk 2012

Spring Walk 2012

Spring Walk 2012