Hence its name, the Sensory Gardens is a unique garden that is filled with magic and sensory experience, especially for people with no sight- opportunities to feel, touch and smell the many aromas and textures of the Australian bush can be experienced.
Opening in August 2001 and located in The Entrance North, the gardens are home to an abundance of native trees and plants, as well as a viewing platform that overlooks the impressive Tuggerah Lakes, pathways, bridges, comfortable seats, and weather shelters.
Displays of the flora include grevilleas, grafted flowering gum trees, bottle brush and kangaroo paw are some of the species found at the gardens. Many trees, plants and shrubs have been donated by members of the community, adding a special touch to this free attraction.
Enjoy a picnic, a lovely scenic stroll or just relax and watch the day go by being surrounded by the aromas and sounds of the gardens. Whatever, it is you want to enjoy, the Sensory Gardens is undoubtedly a place of interest you want to visit.