Display Gardens, walking tracks, Herbarium, the list goes on
Situated on forty two hectares of lush forest Eurobodalla Botanic Gardens is home to many garden growths and plant displays which occur naturally in the region.
There is a wide variety of flora and fauna including two thousand species of plants, trees and shrubs as well as an abundance of wildlife that call these Botanic Gardens home. Some of the wildlife you can spot include wallabies, kangaroos, bandicoots, possums, echidnas, snakes, lizards, frogs, and many birdlife.
Some of the pretty and amazing plants we found at the walking tracks...
Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens features an array of display of gardens to be admired, several walking tracks to be conquered, a herbarium, picnic and barbecue areas to sit back and relax or sip some coffee while you indulge in a treat admiring your pleasant surroundings at the cafe on site.
You can tackle the beautiful gardens on your own, armed with a map or every Sunday at 11am Eurobodalla Gardens have 'The Gardens' Guide Group' which is a free guided walk.
Some of the Garden Collections include the Living Plant Collection and the dried Herbarium Collection.
The very cute Superb Fairy Wren and a shy Lyre Bird we spotted at the gardens...
Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens assist with the conservation of Threatened and Endangered Species, and you are able to see some of these plants throughout the gardens.
The Herbarium consists of an impressive small Moss collection and a comprehensive Fungal Collection, so do check these out... quite fascinating.
After exploring the gardens and admiring its beauty you will no doubt need an energy booster, there is a cafe on site or you can bring your own picnic and enjoy it under a tree or light up the barbie for a more fulfilling feast - the option is yours...