Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney, Australia

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Sydney, NSW 2000 Australia

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  • 2 mentions in Where to take parents around Sydney?

    • Michelle D.

      Michelle D. said, ", however, very touristy, but some of the buildings are beautiful. There are also lovely walks around the harbour and through Royal Botanic Gardens. For a lovely lunch with a view, perhaps hop on a ferry and head across to Manly Beach..." See More

    • Grant J.

      Grant J. said, "...up the lift at Circular Quay (near Wharf 2), turn left and walk along the Cahill Expressway until get into the Royal Botanic Gardens (walk past Govt House-is it open?), through the gardens to Mrs Macquaries Chair (past the Gardens café for ice..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best outdoor activities in Sydney?

    • Valerie F.

      Valerie F. said, "...and miss it! Here are some fun outdoor activities: Bondi to Coogee Beach coastal beach walkThe Sydney Opera House to the Royal Botanic Gardens I'm Free Tours of Sydney (free walking tour of downtown, the harbour and the rocks)Swimming at the Boy Charlton..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best Things to visit in Australia ?

    • Bruce J.

      Bruce J. said, "...Sydney - See Sydney Harbour, Sydney Opera House, Darling Harbour, Royal Botanic Gardens- See Blue Mountains (wild kangaroos, scenery) - See Northern Beaches (beautiful beaches) Cairns City, Great Barrier Reef, Daintree Rainforest, Atherton Churchill Island (near Melbourne - See fairy penguins Ayers..." See More

  • 1 mention in Itinerary for 6 days in sydney

    • David and Le M.

      David and Le M. said, " get around to the places you want in the Blue Mountains - In Sydney itself, there is Harbour Bridge Climb Royal Botanic Gardens- you could catch a ferry over to Taronga Zoo , if you like history, then you may want..." See More

  • 1 mention in What would you do with 3 days each in Sydney, Great Barrier Reef & Fiji?

    • Carissa P.

      Carissa P. said, "...will try and give you lots of ideas. Sydney - Do: Harbour bridge climb if you can afford it, wander through Royal Botanic Gardens and Mrs Macquaries Chair for spectacular views and pretty sites. Get your shopping fix at Pitt St Mall in..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best hikes in/around Sydney?

    • Michelle D.

      Michelle D. said, "...coastal walk (lots of places to stop off along the way to eat and drink. You should also walk around the Royal Botanic Gardens. One thing that certainly should be on your radar, provided you don't have an issue with heights is..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best 3 Day Adventure Itinerary in Sydney

    • Maria K.

      Maria K. said, "...take a walk to Darling Harbour for a dessert. Great hotels around there to base your one night. 3: Walk through Royal Botanic Gardens around the Sydney Opera House to Mrs Macquaries Chair Then in the arvo head to an overnight stay at..." See More

  • 1 mention in First Trip to Sydney, 8 days, what should i do?

    • Peter C.

      Peter C. said, "...called Blue Bananas(?). That would allow you to tick off most of what town has to offer fairly efficiently. The Rocks, Royal Botanic Gardens, Oaks Hyde Park Plaza, Circular Quay, Sydney Opera House, Barangaroo Maybe do a bit of shopping -- If..." See More

  • 1 mention in Must sees and dos in Sydney within 3 days.

    • Shane D.

      Shane D. said, "...Shiraz. In the city you have to visit Darling Harbour area including the opera house and one of my favorites the Royal Botanic Gardens- all very close to one another. Finally for a beach day you have to take a trip on..." See More

  • 1 mention in Please help with 14 days itinerary in Australia

    • Maria K.

      Maria K. said, "...Palm Beach, catch a bus back to Manly, then ferry back to CBD. Day 3, do a walk through the city. Royal Botanic Gardens to Mrs Macquaries Chair, around Sydney Opera House and have a picnic in Hyde Park Taronga Zoo, have a..." See More

  • 1 mention in Cheap or Free things to do in Manly Beach or Sydney Australia

    • Helen B.

      Helen B. said, "...people). Check out the official website for more info. Take the ferry to Circular Quay and walk (directions here) to the Royal Botanic Gardens for a great picnic location. Just across the road is the State Library of New South Wales , which..." See More

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