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26 Apr 2021

Three ways to use your NSW Dine and Discover vouchers

There are plenty of ways to make the most of your NSW Dine and Discover vouchers at the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney!

The NSW Government is offering Dine and Discover vouchers, whereby NSW residents aged 18 and over are eligible to apply for $100 worth of vouchers for dining and experiences. If you are wondering where to use them before the end of June, find out how you can eat, drink, and explore your way through your visit to the Garden.

1. Dining

There are plenty of delicious options of where to eat and drink at the Garden!

Botanic House is in the heart of our Garden and is home to the culinary creations of internationally celebrated chef Luke Nguyen. Book in for brunch, lunch or dinner with an incredible Asian fusion menu infused with native Australian ingredients.

Terrace on the Domain offers a classic Italian menu in a stunning alfresco setting. Enjoy views of the iconic Sydney skyline in the lush green surrounds of the Domain.

Visit the Calyx to explore our kaleidoscopic floral display, inBLOOM. Discover the 20,000 plants that comprise one of the largest green walls in the southern hemisphere. Entry is by donation and you can use your dining voucher at the Calyx café.

Asian fusion food on a dining table at Botanic House
Botanic House

2. Experiences

Explore the Garden to not only learn how to identify seasonal bush foods but to also gain a deeper understanding of Aboriginal heritage, culture and connection to Country with your Aboriginal guide at a range of Aboriginal tours and bushfood experiences.

Book in for a bush food morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea, or cocktails and canapes in the evening, or an Aboriginal Cultural tour.

Aboriginal educator Renee Cawthorne running a group Cultural Tour
Aboriginal Culture Programs

3. Tours and walks

Enhance your walk in the Garden with a curated tour from a knowledgeable guide. Experience Forest bathing on a Nature Therapy Walk at The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney, The Australian Botanic Garden Mount Annan, or The Blue Mountains Botanic Garden Mount Tomah. Learn about the rich culture of the traditional owners of the Sydney city area, the Cadigal people, on an Aboriginal Cultural Tour or explore the Garden after dark on a Ghostly Garden tour. Plus, star gaze at the Calyx at an Astronomy night.

The Calyx at the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney illuminated in red at night
Astronomy at the Calyx

Find out if you’re eligible for NSW Dine and Discover vouchers, learn how to apply, and read the terms and conditions on the Service NSW Website. For assistance with using Discover vouchers on Humanitix, please check the FAQs.

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