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The Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens is Australia's second-oldest established in 1818. These gardens are home to the largest collection of mature conifers in the Southern Hemisphere and it also has the only subantarctic plant house in the world. A...more
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Lower Domain Road | Queens Domain, Hobart, Tasmania 7000, Australia
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The Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens is for plant and outdoor lovers. We were there in the Summer and the gardens were in great shape with blooms from many plants which we were not familiar with as there were of local origin. There are many types...More
The Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens are maintained really well. You can park, cycle or walk there. Even for cruise ship passengers it’s worth the visit to experience the tranquility as talked about in other reviews. You can then easily walk back to town on the...More
I visied the Botanical Gardens everyday when I stayed in Hobart whilst my partner was in RHH. The walk to and around the outside of the gardens is a great fitness walk whilst inside the gardens is just beautiful, peaceful and relaxing. I love the...More
We needed more time. There is so much to see and our quick visit during a city tour hardly scratched the surface. Sadly, we only made it to the Japanese garden and the sub-antarctic display. Another couple of hours probably would have helped. Give yourself...More
With a young family, out with friends or older people just wanting to investigate, the Royal Tasmanian Gardens are a wonderful place to visit. We had a lovely lunch, walked around the gardens and enjoyed the beautiful weather. A place to visit in Hobart.
It is almost a decade since my wife and I were in Hobart and went to the Botanical Gardens. It remains a “must see” in the city. The gardens are now a very interesting walk form the cruise terminal in the city centre and are...More
Hi, depending on the weather. Hobart is coming on to winter time, the days can be extremely cold with the wind factor. The gardens are lovely, but dress warmly, and good comfortable walking shoes. The cafe there has lovely... More
Hi, depending on the weather. Hobart is coming on to winter time, the days can be extremely cold with the wind factor. The gardens are lovely, but dress warmly, and good comfortable walking shoes. The cafe there has lovely food, so if it's sunny, it will be a pleasant day, not so much if it's raining.