Trees appear for the first time in this garden, used sparingly, yet accurately representing the whole continent.
The Backyard Garden can be many things to many people and can take on many forms.
This is a garden that showcases the simplicity and the beauty of tree trunks.
The Box Garden is one of the most densely planted areas in the Australian Garden.
Dynamic displays are on show here, utilising selections of some of the most visually spectacular Australian plants.
The Diversity Garden is an abstract journey through the 85 bio-regions of Australia.
The design of the Dry River Bed relates to the ephemeral nature of water within the Australian landscape and the power of water to shape...
The Eucalypt Walk celebrates the diversity in form, foliage, bark, smells and sounds that make up the diverse Eucalypts and related genera.
Growing in almost all parts of Australia, there is sure to be a eucalypt that will grow well in your home garden.
The Future Garden is an exploration of the reality and dilemmas posed by the artificial manipulation of plants to achieve particular...
Gibson Hill is cloaked with blue-foliaged Saltbush and provides a visually arresting display.
The Greening Cities Garden demonstrates the ideas and techniques required to stimulate the spread of urban greening.
The How To Garden is the place to go if you’re after practical advice.
Howson Hill emerges from a tranquil waterway north of the River Walk and is capped with existing rare and endangered Mallee Eucalypts.
The characteristic blackened trunks are the feature of this garden, juxtaposing the grey tones of the foliage of the shrub understory.
This is a space for children's imagination and exploration using organic materials, especially red-gum timbers.
This garden creates a memorable demonstration of the opportunities that bringing the garden experience into the house can create.
Strongly reminiscent of Australia’s coastal regions, this evocative feature of the Australian Garden landscape is highly visible from...
This sensory garden showcases the perfumes of the Australian bush.
The journey through the Australian Garden starts with the Sand Garden where the expanse of red sand contrasts with grey foliage.
The research in this area will highlight the role of botanic gardens in horticultural research and how this impacts on which plants we grow...
The Rockpool Waterway is framed by the Australian tree Angophora costata (Smooth-barked Apple), rising over Dwarf Lilly Pillies and Guinea...
The Seaside Garden illustrates the beauty and preciousness of our coastline and how to garden within this environment.
Australian climbing plants and standards fill this display garden with a large number of plants for use in the home garden.
Visitors arriving at the Gondwana Garden, will discover a lush and immersive landscape representing Australia’s ancient Gondwanan...
The Home Garden seeks to emphasize the design possibilities of Australian plants while taking the visitor on a journey through Australian...
The Water Saving Garden conveys the significance of water and its relationship to plant selection and suitability.
In the heart of the Australian Garden, this mysterious garden focuses on some of the stranger forms of Australian flora.