Acknowledgment of Country
We honour and respect all Elders and Traditional Custodians of the lands the Botanic Gardens of Sydney stand on. We acknowledge the lands as significant historical, ceremonial and traditional trade grounds.
This interpretive trail encourages visitors to pause, read and learn about plant diversity, human endurance and the origins of both common and rare garden plants.
The living collections in this garden include rare and unusual cultivars of woodland perennials and traditional garden favourites like hydrangeas and camellias. The most prominent feature of the Brunet Garden, however, is the sloping meadow, covered in daffodils and jonquils in mid-August.
This popular area boasts a vast collection of southern hemisphere plants, including waratahs, proteas, and puyas, and pools that host an array of aquatic plants and ferns.
Shop for a great range of native plants propagated by skilled volunteers from the Garden's living collection.
Open daily: 9.30am to 5pm
Tomah Cafe is the perfect spot to relax and recharge with a delicious cup of coffee and tasty bites. Cafe owner Jerry Stefic is passionate about using only the freshest, locally sourced ingredients to create a delectable menu.
Open daily: 9.30am to 3pm