The stunning Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Garden is situated on a 42 hectare forest site, 5 kilometres south of Batemans Bay.

Pathway in the Eurbobodalla Regional Botanic Garden

The gardens grow and display plants which occur naturally in the region. The site abounds with a wide variety of flora and fauna including many of the 2000 species of plants, trees and shrubs of the region.

The local wildlife are regular visitors to the Garden. It is not unusual to see kangaroos, wallabies and possums. You may also be lucky enough to come across the more reclusive bandicoots, echidnas, and snakes. Lizards, frogs and many species of birds enjoy the sanctuary of the gardens and surrounding bushland.

Features and facilities include display gardens, walking tracks, picnic and barbecue areas, children’s playground, a new visitor’s centre and cafe.

  • Swamp Hen
  • Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens
  • Children's playground at the Garden
  • Grass Tree
  • Ducks taking flight
  • Sculpture with swamp hen
  • Big Tree  Eurobodalla Botanic Gardens
  • Stone sculpture
  • Visitor Centre and Plant Shop
  • Visitor Centre shop
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Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Garden

The Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Garden is situated on a 42 hectare forest site on the South Coast of New South Wales, five kilometres south of Batemans Bay.

Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Garden

Princes Highway, Batemans Bay




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