Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt. Coot-tha, Brisbane

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#5 of 52 in Parks in Brisbane
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Tour a wide range of native and exotic landscapes at the Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt. Coot-tha. Here you'll discover 52 hectares (128 acres) of gardens from climate zones around the world. See starkly beautiful desert plants at the Arid Zone and Cactus Zone. Admire local plant life around a large lake at the Australian Plant Communities. Learn about the art of bonsai at the Bonsai House. Wander beneath the canopy of the Exotic Rainforest. The Kenzo Ogata-designed Japanese Gardens just might help you find inner harmony. The gardens offer workshops on subjects such as gardening and photography, so see what's available when you visit. Make Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt. Coot-tha a part of your Brisbane vacation plans using our Brisbane travel route site.
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  • An amazing collection of plants, many that we had never seen before. The trails through the gardens are well marked, and children enjoyed following the way markers. 
    An amazing collection of plants, many that we had never seen before. The trails through the gardens are well marked, and children enjoyed following the way markers.  more »
  • Beautiful garden and excellent customer service. We spent an excellent and enjoable day wandering around this garden. There are various sections, each focussing on a specific theme, e.g. tropical... 
    Beautiful garden and excellent customer service. We spent an excellent and enjoable day wandering around this garden. There are various sections, each focussing on a specific theme, e.g. tropical...  more »
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  • Lovely place to commute with nature. Well maintained walking paths, vegetables, fruit trees and pavilion over looking the lake. Great display of desert succulents. Planetarium to look at the stars and a cafe to satisfy one's appetite. Highly recommended family outing and it's all free.
  • Love visiting this place, so peaceful and great to bring kids to the playground. Lots of friendly wildlife such as bearded water dragons and native birds. There's lots of walking paths and a bike path that runs along the river. There's a cafe located inside the gardens and lots of water fountains. It's an easy place to get to by public transport as it's near QUT and is great to have a picnic at or to sit and enjoy your lunch in your break. Please do keep any pets on leashes though to protect the wildlife that live there.

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