The Bible Garden
The Bible Garden is a sacred place - for solitude, personal reflection and learning.
It is located within the precincts of the Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture on the shores of Lake Burley Griffin in Canberra, Australia's national capital. Visitor parking is available onsite.
The Garden was established with a benevolent grant from The Bible Garden Trust, a perpetual trust established by the late Mr Gerald Hercules Robinson. The purpose of the trust was to create and maintain gardens that feature the botany that is described in the Bible, and through this activity to educate people, particularly young people, in the scriptures.
The shape of the garden resembles the menorah, which is said to represent the burning bush where Moses saw the angel who told him to lead the Israelites to the land of milk and honey.
Construction of the Bible Garden commenced in 2007 and it was officially opened at a ceremony on Sunday 3 August 2008. Speakers included former Governor-General, Sir William Deane AC KBE QC, Reverend Professor James Haire and members of the Robinson family.
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“A Garden with a difference ”
The Bible Garden is a Garden base on the Plants mentioned through out the Bible. The plants in the garden are a representation of the listed Bible pants. Each plant has a plague which identifies...Read the full review on TripAdvisor
ボウエンパークの北にあるチャールズスタート大学の南に隣接している感じのサンマルコ国立神学センターというキリスト教文化センターの境内にありました。Read the full review on TripAdvisor
- Coach Parking
- Picnic Area
- Caters for people with sufficient mobility to climb a few steps but who would benefit from fixtures to aid balance. (This includes people using walking frames and mobility aids)
- Caters for people who use a wheelchair.