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Blue Mountains Botanic Garden sits on 252 hectares of land with 28 hectares open to the public and is home to 21,000 plants and 900 species. The Garden is the only botanic garden in the world in a World Heritage Area and is focused on the...more
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Bells Line of Road, Mount Tomah, New South Wales 2758, Australia
All reviews free entry bells line of road cool climate blue mountains plants and trees cafe restaurant high altitude autumn colours pack a picnic pie beautiful flowers full bloom formal gardens nice restaurant bird life water features couple of hours
Wonderful gardens with such a large variety with wonderful colours with different flowers showing with the change of the season. At present the rhododendrons, proteas and waratahs have a wonderful show but these are only just a few of the many plants displayed. There also...More
This is a wonderful place to see the amazing landscape of the Blue Mountains. There are stunning views from the observation platform as you arrive. It's as beautiful as some of the main sightseeing spots such as Echo Point in Katoomba, but far quieter and...More
The scenery was very beautiful and decorations well thought out. The grazing table put on by the hosts was an abundance of deli foods and antipasto delights.
The staff were friendly, food was delicious and the private section, spacious.
I would recommend the Portager for...More
Went here again in a new season (spring) and the garden had different plants flowering. They have a great range of natives and I was surprised also by the different varieties of succulents. There was a couple of sections roped off where construction work is...More
Beautiful day out with stunning panoramic views of the blue mountains, great diversity of flora to see, a romantic setting perfect for a peaceful picnic. Nice cafe and canteen for lunch at the gardens too.
I had read about the gardens in an article in Country Style Magazine as it was part of a driving trip one of their writers did. We virtually did all the sites she recommended and this attraction was one of the best. The gardens are...More
The gardens were beautiful with some amazing views of the Blue Mountains. Loved spending a few hours there and taking photos of the plants and flowers. Was a little disappointed to find that not all plants were labeled, but I’m sure I’ll be able to...More