The Botanical Gardens in Brisbane, Australia is literally a living museum of plant collections, displaying early heritage specimens through to present day exotic and native plantings and is world renowned as one of the most important non-indigenous cultural landscapes in Queensland widely recognised for its natural and historic values.

The 52 hectare gardens offer a variety of activities including animal watching, bird watching and walking trails in various environments that are home to a multitude of natural wildlife, The Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium is also located on the grounds and a fully licensed restaurant and cafe with a capacity of 150 people serving modern Australian cuisine and a variety of light snacks.

Facilities include access without assistance for the disabled, cafe, car park, first Aid Equipment, parking for the disabled, public toilets, shaded areas and sheltered areas, toilet facilities for the disabled and viewing platforms.

To find out the best time to visit Brisbane and to speak to someone that knows the area please call Anne our Australian luxury holiday specialist: 01923 289 100