Royal Botanic Garden
Even with how advance and innovative Sydney, the city does not take its natural heritage lightly or for granted. This can be seen on how developed the Royal Botanic Garden is with its beauty preserved for years to come.
The Royal Botanic Garden dates back in 1816 when it opened. The garden has gone a long way becoming a major botanical garden while at the same time is also considered to be the oldest scientific institution in Australia and one of the most important historic botanical institutions in the world.
The Royal Botanic Garden is quite accessible as they are open every day of the year. Furthermore, admission is free of charge so guests will be able to enjoy their visit to the garden as often as they like.
Accessibility is one of its strongest suit with the garden being close to a number of tourist attractions surrounding it including the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Sydney central business district, the Sydney Opera House as well as the large public parklands of The Domain.
All of these factors contribute in making the Royal Botanic Garden as one of the most visited attractions in Sydney.
The garden is filled to the brim with a variety of activities to keep guests engaged. It has a unique layout features that divides Royal Botanic Garden and its attractions into different categories which include a visit to its Lower Gardens, the Middle Gardens, the Palace Gardens, Bennelong Precinct as well as the Palm Grove Centre.
The varied locale helps encourage guests to come visit the garden on a repeated basis in order to see its entirety.
The Royal Botanic Garden’s vast and expansive layout may make others feel reluctant in visiting the garden. The staff has taken this into consideration and as such, they offer different types of guided tours to suit the preference and taste of each and every one of their guests.
These tours can help give you an overview about the rich history and culture of the Sydney region making it quite informative. You will also be able to maximise your visit with the help of these tours.
If you are feeling a bit more daring, you can tour the garden yourself or with your friends. For starters, you may want to get its layout by acquiring a map of the Royal Botanic Garden.
This can be downloaded over their website and is also distributed inside the premises. Having a map will definitely go a long way in guiding you to your destination.
You can also check general information to learn more about its opening times, facilities, amenities and many more.
You might be pleased to hear that the Royal Botanic Garden is close to our offices. We are located at 302/70 Pitt St, Sydney NSW 2000.
From the garden, head south on Macquarie St toward Bent St. Keep going straight and then take a right turn onto Hunter St. Follow Hunter St and then turn left onto Pitt St to reach our location.