The Royal Botanic Gardens are located in downtown Sydney and are free to enter. They have lots of plants, trees and flowers to enjoy. You’ll need a few hours to see it all.
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Free entry into the gardens and easily accessible when in the area of the Opera House. We were so tired from walking all day that we paid 10 NZ to take a small train to ride around the 75 acres of beauty. This ride was...More
A beautiful botanical garden that can take hours to walk if you stop and smell the roses and the other flora. We needed a break from the hustle of downtown Sydney and that was an easy answer. We walked the shoreline to Mrs MacQuarrie’s seat...More
Last Saturday, I walked through the gardens and was so very impressed with the gardens and the improvements that have been made. This is a must see location for visitors, as it also gives fantasic views of the most beatuiful harbour in the world
Beautiful, paved walkway amidst exotic trees and flowers, often in full view of the harbor and opera house. No charge for admittance. Definitely worth seeing if you’ve walked to the wharf, seen the opera house, and want to prolong the beauty. The singing birds alone...More
Next to the Opera house entrance are the huge botanical gardens which offers excellent views to the Harbor Bridge and opera house. Huge green area to sit and relax. Can easily see marriage ceremonies happening on Sunday’s in the garden area with the back drop...More
I regularly walk through here on my morning walks when staying in Sydney. Great to see that the grounds are always well maintained and tidy. Beautiful views over the Sydney harbour. Nice place to have a little picnic if you can avoid the birds.
Came here a few times with the children. It is great for the children to learn about plants with guided tours. Plenty of room for them to run around and learn about history. Great view of the opera house and bridge.
With its large space, you can stroll together with your friends or family around the garden. Or have a picnic in the shady places under the big trees there. There is also a guided tour wherein you can ride a train around the area. Great...More