The Australian Botanic Garden Mount Annan showcases Australian flora amongst rolling hills and lakes. It is the largest botanic garden in Australia. Situated on former farmland, it contains remnant Cumberland Plain Woodland, a critically endangered ecological community of the region.
Visit the Garden to enjoy:
• Large children’s playground right next to cafe
• Visitor centre with garden nursery and giftware
• School holiday activities
• Walking and cycling tracks
• Picnic areas and barbecues
• Abundant native animal and birdlife
• Australian PlantBank
The Australian Botanic Garden is FREE to enter. Some special experiences may incur a charge.
The Australian Botanic Garden provides a number of experience for visitors including retail shopping at the Visitor Centre and dining at Melaleuca House.
The Visitor Centre in the heart of the Garden has a unique range of products including Australian bush food, skincare, Australian designed giftware, umbrellas and childrens toys.
It is a must for those travelling overseas looking for Australian gifts for those travelling to Australia looking for a momento to take home.
Melaleuca House is set in the heart of the Australian Botanic Garden and serve weekend breakfast, gourmet burgers, pastas, salads, focaccias, great coffee and more. Melaleuca House is more than a restaurant; it is a meeting place and a cosy spot to relax with a light refreshment in between exploring the Garden. Dine indoors or outdoors in our casual courtyard area.
Melaleuca House opening times:
Mon – Sun: 8.00 am – 4.00 pm.
Please note, domestic animals e.g. dogs are not permitted in the Garden.