Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens

For The Nature And Garden Lovers

Tourism - Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens - Herb Sheet

The Eurobodalla Botanic Gardens is set on a 42 hectare site on the Pacific Hwy between Mogo and Batemans Bay on the NSW South Coast bordering the Mogo State Forrest.

The garden displays include many of the 2000 species of flora found within the collecting region, which is drawn mainly from the Eurobodalla Shire,
but also includes species from a larger geographical base covering the catchments of the South Coast's three major rivers, the Clyde, the Deua and the Tuross.

You will also meet some of Australia's fascinating wildlife including Kangaroos, Bandicoots, Possums, Echidnas, Lizards and Frogs.

Take a leisurely stroll on one of the many walking tracks. The Euroboalla Botanic Gardens also has  picnic and BBQ facilities and an onsite cafe.

Only 5km North of the Gold Rush Colony and best of all a visit to the Gardens is Free Of Charge.

Details
Open: 
Open Wednesday to Friday - 9am to 4pm Weekends and Public holidays 10am to 4pm (every day of the NSW school holidays - except Good Friday and Xmas day.
Phone: 
02 4471 2544
Location: 
Princes Highway Batemans Bay
Suitable For: 
Everyone
Accessible
Accessibility Features: 
The Eurobodalla Gardens are accessible to all. Disability accessible car parking, amenities and 2 kms of low gradient paths which are stroller and wheelchair friendly. A wheelchair is available for loan.