Royal Tasmanian Botanical GardensCurrently Closed
- Address: Queens Domain, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
- Timings: 08:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +61-362346299
- Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
- Tags: Botanical Garden, Walking Area, Family And Kids
Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens - Review
Located picturesquely along the Derwent River, the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens is Hobart’s biggest open space facilitating public access. With over 6000 exotic and local flora, the Royal Gardens serves as the perfect respite from the city life. With cooler temperatures, light winds and beautiful vistas to take back with you, the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens is not to be missed out on. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Hobart itinerary 3 days.
Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens Ticket Prices
- Entry is free.
How To reach Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens by Public Transport
- Brooker Ave near Davenport St (Bus Stop)
Restaurants Near Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens
- Botanical Gardens Restaurant (Australian food served)
- The Italian Pantry (Italian food served)
- Fish 349 (seafood recommended)
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95% of people who visit Hobart include Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
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1 Hr 30 Minutes
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Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, Hobart Reviews
Spent a lovely hour in these gardens. Being autumn I guess most of the flowers wouldn't be in bloom, but very beautiful gardens nonetheless. It's easy to park right outside the front of the gardens. There are lots of nice and not too challenging walks to go on. There is a very nice fruit and veggie garden. On my visit I got to see the kiwi vines in full fruit which was a great sight and lots of fruit trees for the cold climate such as persimmon and of course pears, apples and more apples. There is a lovely duck pond to see which is a nice place to linger for a while. I really enjoyed my visit to the Botanical Gardens. Highly recommend.
Hobart pride themselves on having the best Botanical Gardens in Australia and I would have to agree. We visited from the hop on hop off red bus and the lady that greet us was both informative and friendly. We enjoyed the arctic enclosure, learning about plants that survive on a small island near Antarctica. The Japanese garden was fantastic. And gift shop and café were nice. Recommend a visit.
Absolutely beautiful, with lots of lovely, private little nooks and crannies to explore or rest in, from the Japanese Gardens to the Arctic Hut (especially worth checking out on a warm day). If you're able, I strongly recommend attending one of the events held in the gardens throughout the year, whether it's a play, a musical performance or Friday night tapas. I haven't been to Succulent, but the Sprout Cafe is a nice surprise - the meals they serve are are better quality than a lot of pub grub I've had and at slightly better prices. I recommend setting aside most of a day to explore properly on a warm weekend and enjoying lunch there.
A beautiful place to see different varieties and species of plants and trees from around the world world. It is good place to bring your children and to let them enjoy the nature. It's a heaven if your a botanical science student as every single plants and trees are well labeled showing their natural habitat. Though i don't know much about botanical stuff I went their to be felt close to the nature...and to take some photographs for the memories. Please provide some donation as the there is no entry fee for this beautiful place.
A beautiful quiet escape from the city... Not that you need too much of that in Tasmania! The gardens are set out really well and have lots of paths to follow and find the next special nook. Autumn is especially beautiful with the leaf colours. French fountain and Japanese Garden are must sees!
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