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Bundaberg Botanic Gardens

About Bundaberg Botanic Gardens

The Bundaberg Botanic Gardens offer 27 hectares of lush land, filled with breathtaking views and a bounty of natural wonders. Home to 10,000 trees and shrubs coupled with the picturesque lake at its centre will capture your attention during long walks through the different gardens within it, such as the Japanese Garden, Chinese Garden or even an Australian Rainforest! And lastly, don’t forget about other features like a wedding chapel, shaded picnic areas and a nature-themed playground for those who prefer more leisure activities.

Bundaberg Botanic Gardens is a must-see destination for those travelling to the region. It offers something for everyone, with its blissful gardens complemented by interesting attractions such as Hinkler Hall of Aviation and Fairymead House Sugar Museum. Other notable features include Cafe 1928 – an onsite eatery with local delicacies – and the much beloved Australian Sugar Cane Railway, which will take you through iconic Queensland landscapes like never before!

Bundaberg Botanic gardens

What to do at Bundaberg Botanic Gardens

Spanning 27 hectares of lush land, the Botanic Gardens are home to an amazing variety of flora with over 10,000 trees and shrubs. Visitors can explore stunning habitats, including a Chinese Garden, Japanese Garden and Rare Fruit Tree Orchard alongside other specialty gardens like Bromeliad, Prehistoric & Ferns. There’s also the Friendship Grove for solace-seekers in addition to Bamboo walkways and Palm Groves that set these grounds apart from others. The garden’s shimmering lakes serve as havens—attracting up to 114 bird species! To top off it all off, there is also a wedding chapel along with shaded picnic areas and boardwalks & more suitable even for children – providing unparalleled experiences among nature lovers alike!

Discover the breathtaking Bundaberg Botanic Gardens with our interactive map, perfect for exploring from home. Our brochure provides a comprehensive guide to enjoying all that these inspiring gardens have to offer – including plant collections, wildlife viewing platforms and an exciting Nature Playground! Looking for something special? Don’t forget you can get in touch with us here at the Council, and we’ll be more than happy to assist.

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One local company in Bundaberg that is involved in this tourist attraction:

Name: Concrete Bundaberg Services

Address: 27 Perry St, Bundaberg North QLD 4670

Phone: (07) 4158 6758