Display Gardens in the Botanic Gardens

Display Gardens provide the opportunity to exhibit flora from the Gardens Collecting Region, demonstrating its species diversity.

Many plants in the Display Gardens are suitable for amenity horticulture and home gardens. A range of plants that is continually changing is available for purchase from the Plant Shop adjacent the Gardens Cafe.

Note: mouse over or tap the map below to review the display garden zones.

Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens zones

Key Plant Zones

The following vegetation types can be found in each zone:

Zone 1
Parking Area: Raised garden beds containing a range of small shrubs suitable for home gardens.

Zone 2
Information Centre/Herbarium: Restricted to species with a low fire fuel rating.

Zone 3
Deep Creek Glade: Mown grasses, the Microlaena lawn and a range of shrubs. Along creek margins are several rainforest species. This area also includes Orchid House.

Zone 4
A range of specialist gardens, including the Limited Mobility Walk, Grasslands, the Sensory, Rainforest, Wetland Gardens, the Wisconsin Mound, the Sand dune Garden and the Bird Hide.

Zone 5
Lake and Amphitheatre, incorporating natural creekside vegetation and aquatic species.

Zone 6
The Acacia collection (this area is currently being developed)

Zone 7
Arboretum: The Arboretum contains a number of tree species found in the Collecting Region, complemented by taxonomic groupings of shrubs. The Arboretum provides an opportunity for visitors to assess the qualities of various trees for landscaping or horticultural use.