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Sherwood Arboretum contains a range of facilities including on site car parking, children's playground, picnic areas, booking site, barbecues and taps and a botanic collection.

Sherwood Arboretum was officially opened on World Forestry Day on 21 March 1925, with a planting of 72 Queensland kauri pines (Agathis robusta) along a central promenade named Sir Matthew Nathan Avenue in honour of the Queensland Governor at the time.

Sherwood Arboretum is part of the Brisbane Botanic Gardens collection. Officially opened on World Forestry Day on 21 March 1925, this heritage-listed site was established for Australian native trees.

Learn about the botanic collection at Sherwood Arboretum. This page includes a photo gallery of images from the site, with a focus on botanic collection photos.

Neighbourhood plans are a tool to manage change, accommodate growth and better protect valued environments at a local level. Find out which neighbourhood plans were adopted in 2011.