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Sydney's Royal Botanic Garden and the Domain welcome all visitors. 

View our accessibility map and refer to the list of accessible entrance gates below to plan your visit.

Accessibility in the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney

Accessible entrance gates

Morshead Gate
Woolloomooloo Gate (side entrance from Access Road)
Victoria Lodge Gate
Yurong Gate
Opera House Gate (via Sydney Opera House forecourt)
Queen Elizabeth II Gate (via Sydney Opera House forecourt)
Conservatorium Gate
Government House Gate

If you're visiting The Calyx, the nearest accessible gates are Woolloomooloo Gate or Government House Gate

Accessible indoor venues

Rathborne Lodge (enter via Access Road, accessible toilet)
Lion Gate Lodge (enter via Royal Botanic Garden or by arrangement via Stoneyard Gate, accessible toilet)
The Calyx (accessible toilet)
Palm House (enter via Royal Botanic Garden, all toilets 100 m away)
Maiden Theatre (enter by arrangement via courtyard, no accessible toilet)
Botanic Gardens Restaurant (accessible toilet) & Cafe

Accessible outdoor marquee venues

Bennelong Lawn (no toilets)
Palace Rose Garden (accessible toilet)

Accessible toilets

Palm Grove Centre
Mare and Foal Lawn near Farm Cove
The Calyx 


Wheelchair Hire 

Accessible parking bays are provided near the Woolloomooloo Gate.

A single manual wheelchair is available for use by visitors, free of charge. It can be picked up from and returned to The Calyx, Monday to Sunday 10 am - 4 pm. Please organise booking of the wheelchair before your visit by calling 9231 8188. For more information see: 090421-Wheelchair-Booking-Form.docx.

Please do not book if you have:

  • Are showing any signs of COVID-19
  • Travelled overseas or any other known hotspot in the last 14 days
  • Been tested for COVID-19 and are still awaiting results
  • Been in contact with someone travelling overseas, or any other known hotspot in the last 14 days
  • Been in contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19 in the last 14 days

Click here for updates on the Royal Botanic Garden, Sydney response to COVID-19.