The Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt Coot-tha offers visitors a living museum of native and exotic plant collections. The themed sections include a scented garden, bamboo grove, arid zone with a cactus garden, Japanese Gardens, waterfalls, tropical greenhouse and the largest collection of Australian native rainforest trees in the world.
The Arid Zone and Cactus House are home to the visually striking dry region plants from Africa and Central America.
Explore 27 hectares of tranquil bushland featuring native Australian plants landscaped around the large lake.
Learn more about the ancient art of bonsai by visiting the Bonsai House. The collection contains over 300 bonsai and displays 100 plants at any one time.
Discover the secret life of ferns and some unusual ways ferns have been used in different cultures by visiting the Fern House.
Breathe in the exotic fragrances from a huge range of herbs and flowers in the Fragrant Plants and Herbs Garden. Learn about the cultural significance of herbs throughout the centuries.
Visit the Freedom Wall - a monument to peace and to those who have brought peace and freedom to Australia and the Pacific.
Children and parents can explore the surprises of the Hide 'n' Seek children's trail set in the heart of the shady Exotic Rainforest.
Designed by one of Japan's leading landscape architects, the late Kenzo Ogata, the theme of the garden is 'mountain-pond-stream'. The Japanese Garden contains a combination of native and exotic plants suitable for our subtropical climate.
Listen to the Bamboo Grove creak, click and rustle in the breeze next to the Gardens Lagoon which abounds with wildlife at the Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt Coot-tha.
Walk under the cool canopy of tropical vegetation in the Exotic Rainforest.
The Tropical Display Dome creates a stable climatic environment that encloses and protects rare, fragile and exotic plants from the moist tropics.
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