National Arboretum Canberra, The
Forest Drive (off Tuggeranong Parkway), Weston Creek, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
Ranked #1 of 1 things to do in Weston on TripAdvisor
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“Impressive concept well executed”
The arboretum has been created on land more or less destroyed by the 2003 forest fire. It focuses on symbolic and threatened trees and uses the position to great advantage. The 360 degree view is...
“Worth the visit”
Interesting seeing the endangered Wollemia pine in such numbers. The plants and forests are still in their infancy. The visitor building and the views from the cafe of Canberra are very nice.
“Fabulous - this is a place you could visit many times over.”
Not only are the views spectacular, the concept for the design is incredible- "100 forests and 100 gardens focussing on threatened, rare, and symbolic trees from around the world."
A fantastic spot...
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