Australian Botanic Garden Mount Annan

Located in South Western Sydney, the Australian Botanic Garden Mount Annan is a scientific hub and showcases Australian flora amongst 416 hectares of rolling hills, lakes, lawns and gardens.

Visitor Information

Open daily from 8am to sunset

May: Open between 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
June: Open between 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Location

362 Narellan Road, Mount Annan NSW 2567

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Plan your visit

The Garden has free entry. Find out how to get here and what you can see and do.
Find out how to plan your visit
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Dine and shop

The Garden’s Cafe is open 8.30am to 4pm daily, serving breakfast, lunch, burgers and children’s meals.
Dine and shop at the garden

What's on

See what's on
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Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Walks, talks and tours
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Daily
Kids and families
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Garden highlights

Enjoy the open spaces, gardens and native woodland areas, and over 4000 native and introduced plants.
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Paper daisy field at Australian Botanic Garden Mount Annan

Dharawal Country

The Garden is on Dharawal Country and is an important meeting place.
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Venues and lawns

The Garden has a variety of venues and lawns available for your next event. Choose from outdoor spaces perfect for wedding ceremonies, birthday parties and naming days, to indoor spaces for conferences, workshops, training days and wedding receptions, engagement parties and everything in between.

Find your venue or lawn
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involved

Together with our community of members, volunteers, partners and donors, we can ensure scientists can continue their vital research into protecting plants under threat, and that the Gardens remain places of horticultural beauty and centres of learning for future generations.

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