Royal Botanic Garden Sydney is Australia’s natural masterpiece and oldest botanic garden, overlooking Sydney Harbour.
Feed your curiosity in the Botanic Gardens of Sydney, the sprawling natural place of plants, birds, science and seasons, and nature. It is a beautiful park and a perfect place to spend a day, it has many parts to discover and explore.
Explore the Calyx which is a kaleidoscope of colour, plants and passion, step inside the wonderfully diverse world of plant-love in the new immersive horticultural exhibition. The Leaf Dept. Cafe is located at The Calyx, it is a place to relax with a coffee and a quick meal.
The gorgeous hand blown glass pitcher plants, among the real ones.
Cleverly sculpted plants to resemble a Koala.
A Noisy Miner feeding on some flowers.
These are the beautiful flowering Aloes growing outside the Garden Shop which carries a unique range of botanic inspired gifts, homewares and more.
A Little Cormorant drying of his wet feathers after taking a swim.
A pink Pitcher plant, such a fascinating plant that is carnivorous loving to chomp up insects.
A Black Orchard swallowtail butterfly resting in the ferns, we chased it for quite some time trying to get a photo.
A Wood Duck showing off his fine feathers.
A Strange and striking Bromeliad flower that we had never seen before.
Juvenile Ibis begging for food.
A White-face Heron making a survey of the area from up high.