Come and visit the Stony Range Regional Botanic Garden located at 810 Pittwater Road, Dee Why, NSW 2099. It is an oasis of native Australian plants in the heart of the northern beaches.
Stony Range Regional Botanic Garden covers an area of 3.3 hectares, which include the Federation Cascades, a walking circuit that takes just 20 minutes to complete, and a beautiful Hawkesbury Sandstone landscape. It is well-known for its flowers in Spring and is perfect for a leisurely walk, a picnic with the family, or momentous life events such as weddings.
The Stony Range Regional Botanic Garden is jointly managed by the Warringah Council and a Volunteer Advisory Committee. It is open every day except Christmas Day, and admission is FREE. The 10th and 11th of May 2014 are best times to visit, because the Garden will host bush sculptures from at least 25 local artists. The exhibits will be available for viewing from 10am to 4pm.