Walked through a number of ways and there was always more to see, great place to see on a sunny day so much to see
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Vivid 2016 highlights the Garden's 200th anniversary in fantastic style. The lighting of the trees and the surrounding gardens continues to highlight the beauty of Sydney. Visiting at night provides a new prospective on the gardens as well as allowing great night views over the...More
This place is huge and you need to give it time to look around slowly, if possible. The wildlife is amazing, as are the views, so enjoy it slowly.
There is a stunning little walk to do along the Harbour from the entrance to the botanic gardens, ending at a peninsula known as Lady Macquarie's Chair. You will have to do the walk to learn the story. Go at dusk and there are stunning,...More
Royal Botanic Gardens are really nice and green. Just sit there and relax and enjoy the view to the ocean and Opera House
We had a short stay in Sydney in January 2015, though very warm the lovely shade and breezes off the Harbour made it pleasant. Well worth the walk through the gardens to the Sydney Opera House and Harbour.
This is a favourite location to attend and I do so at least once a month. Located on the Sydney Harbour Foreshore, these Gardens have sweeping views of Sydney Harbour. Gardens are well manicured, a variety of trees and shrubs. Lots of Cockatoos have made...More
I visited Royal botanic gardens on 2 separate days one in the day to visit the different varieties of flora & fauna. The garden opens from 9am to 5.30 pm. And another day in the night to visit the Vivid Sydney attractions in the garden....More
Big, open, amazing plants and animals, just a great way to get out of the hustle and bustle of the city. If you're a local, you have to go visit the Friends of The Garden shop - they sell wonderful plants at very reasonable prices...More