Experience the Power of Plants

Feed your curiosity in the Botanic Gardens of Sydney, the meeting places of people and plants, science and seasons, and nature and nurture.

Discover. Learn. Enjoy.

About us

Botanic Gardens of Sydney cares for the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney, The Domain Sydney, Australian Botanic Garden Mount Annan and Blue Mountains Botanic Garden Mount Tomah.

People relaxing on lawn overlooking Sydney Harbour Bridge, at sunset.
Gadigal Country

Royal Botanic Garden Sydney

Australia's natural masterpiece and oldest botanic garden, overlooking Sydney Harbour. The Domain, an urban oasis, wraps the Garden.

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Woman in beanie and coat looks out over garden with mountain views and autumnal trees
Darug Country

Blue Mountains Botanic Garden Mount Tomah

Visit Australia’s highest cool-climate botanic garden, nestled among alpine rainforest and the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area.

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Lake at sunset
Dharawal Country

Australian Botanic Garden Mount Annan

Nestled in Sydney's south-west is Australia's largest botanic garden and home to the Australian Institute of Botanical Science.

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A crowd at a festival and a stage in The Domain with Sydney Harbour in the background
Gadigal Country

The Domain Sydney

Sydney's natural playground. Every year The Domain is home to some of Sydney's favourite festivals and cultural events.

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Science and learning

Scientist Ganesha Liyanage examining a plant
Explore our scientific projects and find out how they guide the conservation of resilient ecosystems.
Scientist looks through microscope
Learn about the services that the Australian Institute of Botanical Science offers the community.
Scientist Amanda Rollason with plant tissue culture specimens at the Australian PlantBank
Learn about the National Herbarium of New South Wales, the Australian Plantbank and Plant Clinic.
Transplant yourself and


Together with our community of members, volunteers, partners and donors, we can continue critical research and action for plant conservation, and ensure that the Gardens remain centres of horticultural beauty and education for future generations.

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  • Scientist examines dried and pressed plant specimens
Leading plant conservation

Australian Institute of Botanical Science

Australia's botanical research institute fighting to conserve plant species. 

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Foundation and Friends of the Botanic Gardens

Join Foundation & Friends and support your Gardens. 

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The Botanic Gardens of Sydney thanks its family of Corporate Partners and Donors for their support.