Japanese Garden

Auburn Botanic Gardens

Japanese Garden

The Botanic Gardens was established in1977 which covers 24 acres of area. It’s a perfect place for me to have a long walk on the weekend.

The Japanese Garden of course have a Japanese Traditional landscape with the gates, lakes with Koi fishes and red bridge. It’s a tourist attractions. and nature lover must visit! The admission fee is free for Auburn residents & children under 16, A$4 for non residents and A$5 during festival periods.

On the left side of the garden is a Fauna reserves park for wallabies, kangaroos, wombat and goose. The park is clean and we can walk safely on the wooden walkway. This is great for anyone who want to see these animal up close.

Additionally, there is rose garden, scented garden, Australian native and rainforest garden, woodlands theatre and children park at the back of the gardens. You can spend the whole morning or afternoon relaxing here.

Enjoy all the photos taken by me =)

So, if any of you want to check this place out the Address is :

Chisholm Rd &, Chiswick Rd, Auburn NSW 2144

cheers and XO!

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