Must see

Every month our Volunteer Guides select a range of plants and other Garden features to create a self-guided, seasonal tour for our visitors.

Close up of pink flowers

Experience the pick of the crop no matter when you visit!

It may be the depths of winter but flowers and especially Camellias continue to shine in the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney. Find out more by joining a guided walk.

September Must See Tour 

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Featured plants  

Plant of the Month: Macadamia – Macadamia tetraphylla

The Macadamia genus consists of four species, all endemic to Australia and all are threatened in the wild. Only two species, Macadamia tetraphylla and Macadamia integrifolia produce edible nuts and both have been used to produce cultivars for commercial production. 

Plant of the Month – Macadamia

We've made it easy for you to make the most of your visit to the Garden. Our volunteers have put together a seasonal list of the exotic and native plants that are currently looking their best.


Tree with purple flowers along a sunny garden pathway

Garden Explorer

Follow the link to Garden Explorer to help find the plants on this month's tour.
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Tree with purple flowers along a sunny garden pathway

Volunteer Guides

Take a tour of the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney with our Volunteer Guides. Tours run daily at 10.30 am.
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