Auburn Botanic Garden features 24 acres of dazzling gardens divided into several different themes. Having an abundance of plants and animals, the Garden is sure to please the nature lover in you.
You and your camera will be happy as you explore the various gardens that make up the Auburn Botanic Garden. Visitors will be delighted by the Japanese Garden, the Scented Garden and the Sunken Rose Garden. There is also the Native and Rainforest Garden, the Fauna Reserve populated with indigenous plants and animals, and an Aviary populated with birds, both native and from Asia.
In addition to these beautiful gardens, you can enjoy the current exhibition at the Peacock Gallery and Arts Studio also located at the Garden. There is no additional charge for this.
The Garden draws pretty big crowds on the weekends, so, if you can manage to visit on a weekday, it may be more pleasant.
Facts For Your Visit
Official Website: Auburn Botanic GardensFee: Free on weekdays; a nominal fee is charged on weekends and during the Cherry Blossom & Autumn Colours festivals - see official website for current rate.
Category: Landmarks & Historical Buildings
96 Chiswick Road
Auburn New South Wales 2144
Anh L. Oct-04-2018
I was excited to see things in bloom for the spring and see some animals. Sadly and disappointedly I didn't see much in terms of flowers. I was expecting to... Read More
Ferdinand W. May-24-2016
Can't get any better than seeing albino kangaroos and the entrance fee is free for today. This place is well known with Japanese garden features and cherry... Read More
Nilu H. Oct-11-2017
Absolutely loved our experience at auburn botanical gardens. The gardens are huge and easy to navigate. It really is a nice day out for families or even for... Read More
Accommodations near Auburn Botanic Gardens:
|Train Line||Nearest Station||Walking Time|
|T1 or T2||Central||30 Minutes or Bus + 5 Minutes|
|T2||Circular Quay, Wynyard, Town Hall||30 Minutes or Bus + 5 Minutes|
How to get to Auburn Botanic Gardens by Train
By Train and Bus: Take a T2 Inner West and South Line from Circular Quay, Wynyard, Town Hall or Central Station or the T1 Western Line from Central Station. Make sure you board a train that is goes to Auburn Station without transfering, as that will give you the shortest overall travel time. Exit to the west side of Auburn Station; and walk south on South Parkade continuing on Auburn Road then left (west) on Chiswick Place (30 minutes). This is a relatively long walk so you may want to catch the 909 Bankstown Bus to Cumberland Road near Chiswick Road and walk west four blocks to the Gardens, however keep in mind the buses only run every 30 minutes (60 minutes on Sundays).
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