Stories from the Botanic Gardens
From what's blooming to the latest botanical science research, discover the stories that make the Botanic Gardens unforgettable places for science, horticulture and leisure.
The Stolen Generations Memorial at the Australian Botanic Garden Mount Annan has been restored and was unveiled by its original artist at this year’s Sorry Day ceremony at the Garden.
The Australian Botanic Garden Mount Annan is home to the largest paper daisy display in Eastern Australia.
Fresh air, natural beauty and plenty of open green space have become the hallmarks of a picturesque Australian wedding.
The new National Herbarium of New South Wales and its collection of over 1 million plant specimens has begun an exciting new era at the Australian Botanic Garden.
The invasion of African olive at the Australian Botanic Garden remains an ongoing challenge, but progress with clearing and regeneration is slowly restoring.
The Horticulture team at the Australian Botanic Garden Mount Annan continue to work away at clearing many weeds and invasive species across the 416 acres of land.
Flowers aren't the only things that bloom at the Australian Botanic Garden. Come and check out the Garden which is buzzing with the arrival of beautiful Butterflies.
Summer heralds the sounds of loud thuds at the Australian Botanic Garden Mount Annan, as the Bunya Pine begin to drop their cones.