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The first we saw was red dirt with bushes and plants from the North. I was so fascinated by it.
This Botanic garden is quite modern and attractive!
Wherever i looked, it was beautiful.
We explored everything and we hope to come back again.
As per the Wikipedia web site: It is located in the suburb of Cranbourne, about 45 km south-east of the Melbourne city centre.
Cranbourne Gardens specialises in Australian native plants. The total area of this division of the botanic gardens is 363 hectares, including heathlands,...More
What a surprise to visit these gardens in Cranbourne. A great surprise to realise that these gardens are located behind the racecourse.
Plenty of different plant and helps of space the move around.
Great fun for the whole family.
Get there early as the afternoon...More
This was our second visit,and was still entirely fascinating.The gardens need to be visited every season to truly appreciate the beauty of this setting.The transport for the elderly and disabled made this visit rewarding,with the driver being very knowledgeable of the plants and stopping to...More
I have driven past this literally thousands of times so yesterdays visit was a real surprise and made me feel a little stupid for having never been there before. This is a totally hidden jewel and something I will visit again and again. Yesterday I...More
This is a beautiful botanic garden set in acres of space and dedicated to the indigenous plants of Australia. It is beautifully set out with meandering paths so you can wander through the grounds and see everything. Lots of interesting plants to see and there...More
We always seem to find our way back to the gardens in every season. It is an ever-changing experience. Just love wandering through the gardens and taking time in the fresh air. Restaurant is great to refuel before or after you walk.
Just recently moving to the area, I had no idea these gardens existed until my Mother-in-law invited me to join her for the morning.
What a beautiful spot & so relaxing.
The gardens are amazing.
No pets allowed, which is totally understandable.
You can do...More
Thanks for the tips guys. I did call the information centre and the fire that was there a couple weeks ago only really affected the South Gippsland Hwy around the corner. Botanical Gardens completely unaffected. Saw a couple... More
Thanks for the tips guys. I did call the information centre and the fire that was there a couple weeks ago only really affected the South Gippsland Hwy around the corner. Botanical Gardens completely unaffected. Saw a couple of snakes though - the staff were busy trying to catch one!