Rockhampton Botanic Gardens

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What better way to enjoy the best tropical climate Queensland has to offer than by exploring and discovering the delights of the Rockhampton Botanic Gardens, regarded as one of the best in regional Australia.

Whether you’re after the ideal venue for a family picnic, a garden lover’s sanctuary, a fun playground for the kids, or the perfect place for some tranquil ‘me time’, the Botanic Gardens is the tropical paradise for you.

Rockhampton Botanic Gardens is the perfect venue for weddings, private functions, or educational and guided tours – fees apply for these services and bookings are required.

Open from 6am to 6pm daily – entry is free.

A Snapshot of the Rockhampton Botanic Gardens

The Outer Gardens

  • The Ann Street Entry
  • The Flowering Tree Lawn
  • The Lassen Fernery
  • The Old Office Garden
  • Palm Grove
  • The Botanic Gardens Administration Centre
  • The Spencer Street Entry
  • The Sports Precinct
  • The Penlington Street End
  • The Rockhampton Zoo

The Lower Gardens

  • The Experimental Garden
  • The Lagoon Bamboo
  • The Lagoon Foreshore
  • The Lower Rainforest
  • The Old Nursery Area

The Upper Gardens

  • The Arid garden
  • The Banyan Figs
  • The Cenotaph and Lawn 
  • The Japanese Garden
  • The Japanese Garden Lawn
  • The North-south Axis
  • The Phyllis Street Entry
  • The Pinetum
  • The Playground
  • The Tamarind Tree Line
  • The Tropical Fruit Arboretum
  • The Upper Rainforest

 

Art in the Park - March to June.pdf(PDF, 1MB)

The establishment of the Rockhampton Botanic Gardens(PDF, 63KB)

The Curators of the Rockhampton Botanic Gardens(PDF, 89KB)

The Heritage Listing of the Rockhampton Botanic Gardens(PDF, 61KB)