A delight for the young and the young-at-heart
No visit to the Tamborine Mountain Botanic Gardens is complete without exploring Sooty Owl’s Creekside Trail.
It begins with a sign … Read More
Lakeside at the gardens is special at all times of the year, framed with tree ferns, Japanese windflowers and many colours of iris reflecting in the water. The lake … Read More
Magnolias are prized worldwide for their flowers and forms. Growing as large shrubs or trees they produce showy fragrant flowers that are white, pink,red, purple or yellow. Some forms are … Read More
Visit the Perennial garden and you will be inspired to create your own cottage garden
Lots of old fashioned favourites here
Many of the plants … Read More
Visitors to the Gardens will delight in the vast range of camellias which grace our gardens from the hedging sasanquas at the entrance to the growing collection of over 65 … Read More
The Bromeliad Garden by the lakeside is always a popular spot. These amazing plants – with around 3,200 species – are mostly from the tropical Americas.
The centrepiece of … Read More
The Rose Garden
Thanks to volunteer Dawn Hooper, the Rose Garden is taking on a new look with the addition of the highly perfumed hybrid tea roses. The first thing … Read More
The Ken Baker Orchid House
Ken Baker was a visionary and a moving force behind the establishment of the Botanic Gardens Ken worked tirelessly in the 1980’s to convince the … Read More
What is a Japanese Garden ?
At its heart the Japanese garden remains an attempt by humans to encapsulate the spirit of Nature, recognising the cycle of seasonal changes and … Read More
Walkways & Prominent Plantings
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