Botanic Gardens

Japanese garden at the Bundaberg Botanic Gardens

Bundaberg Botanic Gardens

The Bundaberg Botanic Gardens covers 27 hectares of land and features a variety of 10,000 trees and shrubs. A magnificent lake attracting many birds is the centrepiece of the Gardens, while the wedding chapel, shaded picnic areas and nature themed playground are also a drawcard.

A network of boardwalks and pathways encourage visitors to enjoy the Japanese and Chinese gardens, Australian rainforest, prehistoric garden, friendship grove, fern garden, bamboo, sclerophyll woodland, bromeliad garden, rare fruit tree orchard, woodworkers guild, Hinkler garden and palm grove.

The Gardens are also home to a range of attractions including Hinkler Hall of Aviation, Fairymead House Sugar Museum, Bundaberg and District Historical Museum, Cafe 1928 and the Australian Sugar Cane Railway, making the gardens a key tourist destination.

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