Where is Hunter Region Botanic Gardens

2100 Pacific HwyHeatherbrae NSW 2324

Services

  • Garden tours
  • Weddings & functions
  • Special events
  • School excursions
  • Bushwalking
  • Kookaburra cafe
  • Gift shop & visitors centre

Ways to Pay

  • CashCash
  • EFTEFT

Specialities

  • Over 3000 Living Specimens
  • Theme Gardens
  • Orchid and Bromeliad Houses
  • Endangered Species
  • Wetlands
  • Plants of the Hunter Region
  • Over 8 kilometres of easy trails
  • Picnic Areas
  • Barbeque
  • Function Centre
  • Kid's Adventure Trail
  • Cubby House

About Hunter Region Botanic Gardens

The Hunter Region Botanic Gardens cover an area of 140 hectares, much of which has been preserved as natural bushland.

The Hunter Region Botanic Gardens cover an area of 140 hectares, much of which has been preserved as natural bushland. The Gardens, which were opened to the public in 1986, are designed, developed and managed by a non-profit company of volunteers. The development of the Gardens was recognised in 1999, with the winning of the 'Significant Regional Attraction' award in the Hunter Regional Awards for Excellence in Tourism. The Gardens was a finalist in these awards in 2000, and won Newcastle City Council Environmental Awards in 1999 and 2000.