Australian National Botanic Gardens
Visiting the Australian National Botanic Gardens gives you the chance to explore around one fifth of Australia's diverse and spectacular flora in Canberra's bushland setting.
With over 4,300 plant species set on 35 hectares, the Australian National Botanic Gardens is the only place in the world you will see this diversity of Australian native plants in one location.
Enjoy a free guided walk, a ride on the Flora Explorer (weekends and public holidays), or treat yourself at the cafe, bookshop or day spa.
TripAdvisor Traveller RatingBased on 741 reviews
“Gardens in need of care”
Large gardens showcasing many plant species. However, even though it is autumn large sections of the gardens looked as though they could do with some care. It was good to have a walk around though.Read the full review on TripAdvisor
“Garden for Australian native plants”
The Australian National Botanic Gardens celebrate Australian native plants. Some visitors will find the native plants drab. As they say, "I never promosed you a rose garden." There is, however, much...Read the full review on TripAdvisor
“parking costs are not worth the very average gardens”
Very disappointing. Car parking is a fortune, so the gardens are not free at all. Just because they do not charge a specific entry fee, you cannot see the gardens unless you pay the horrific parking...Read the full review on TripAdvisor