It's a horticultural experience just wandering around the nursery. Kuranga claims to have the largest range of native Australian plants anywhere, and after only a few minutes of wandering the well laid out displays, it would be difficult to prove otherwise.
The groundcover section with the outdoor section of the café in the background.
Even if you don't know what you are looking for, you will find it there. Every plant is labelled and grouped in sizes, such as ground cover, small shrubs, large shrubs, small trees large trees, etc. There are always wandering staff to assist.
Feeling peckish? The on-site Paperbark Café will alleviate your food cravings. They are open for breakfast and lunch and everything in between. Really good coffee and a large range of slices and cakes for morning or afternoon tea. They offer a seasonal menu featuring local ingredients and a subtle native bush food twist.
The coffee was so nice I ordered a second one to go with my meal. I was pleased to be able to order a 'custom' meal rather than exactly what was on the menu, always a good sign of good customer service. The café wasn't crowded so my order arrived very quickly.