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Botanical Garden

Blue Mountains Botanic Garden

40 locals recommend

Tips from locals

September 18, 2019
Great gardens for a coffee
August 24, 2019
Find out about the Wollemi Pine (dinosaur tree). Beautiful range of garden styles to wander around. Good for kids to run and be free. School holiday activities too. Free entry. Great cafe with long, long views.
January 18, 2020
Discover ancient conifers, giant redwoods and stroll though the World Heritage Listed Area in the Blue Mountains Botanic Gardens. Visit the Tomah Gardens Restaurant which has been awarded one hat or take along a picnic, visit the Botanists Way Discovery Centre and check out the many festivals and…
February 2, 2020
Fantastic botanical garden on the other side of the Blue Mountains. We visit fairly often in different seasons. They have a restaurant, too.
August 14, 2019
Cafe, events see their web site, it has Wonderful Gardens! to walk around with established trees, amazing rock walls and sculptures.

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Mount Tomah, NSW 2758
Phone+61 2 4567 3000
Hours of Operation statusOpen · Closes 5:30 PM