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.
Find all you need to know about filming and photography permits and sports and fitness permits in the Garden and Domain.
In March 2003, the breadcrumbs on Margaret Flockton's career path sparked a detective hunt for missing pieces in the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney's early scientific history.
The Florilegium Society is a collection of contemporary botanical paintings of some of the most significant plants in the living collections of the Botanic Gardens of Sydney.
Find and book educational excursions for school groups and school holidays at the Botanic Gardens of Sydney.
The Botanic Gardens of Sydney is founded on a passion for botanical science and horticulture, connecting people to nature, and the garden's rich cultural heritage.
From what's blooming to the latest botanical science research, discover the stories that make the Gardens unforgettable places for science, horticulture and leisure.
Cunninghamia publishes original research papers on all aspects of plant ecology with particular emphasis on the vegetation and flora of eastern Australia. Descriptive, experimental and historical studies of plant communities, populations, individuals, their interactions with other organisms and their management are acceptable.