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    Great spot. Pretty lawns for a picnic and lots of cool little pathways through different botanical environments.

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    Stunning and well maintained gardens. Loved the No Dig garden display, but it wasn’t listed on the map. Looking forward to seeing the new Community Garden. The conservatory building was stunning, and the Friends of the Garden display really interesting. The coffee was great 🙂

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    The place is terrific. Corey, the volunteer who greets the visitors through the gate in Lower Domain Road was very kind to ask us what we want to see, provided us a map and point the highlights of the garden. Interesting parts of the garden are the Huon pine display (the oldest organism to grow – up to 2000 years), the Japanese garden, native collection, Chinese collection, rain forest collection, herbarium, cafe and the numerous different giant old trees such as the 140 years old red Sequoia tree. Allow more time to appreciate the place.

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    On the whole, a decent experience. The guy at the gate was a bit too chatty though. I support his greeny agenda, but I don’t want to hear about it on my honeymoon!

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    Have been here many times over the years and have always enjoyed it. Food and service standards very good and the ambience always great. In summer it’s best to book to ensure a table.