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Please be advised the Phyllis Street pedestrian entrance is temporarily closed until 29 December 2023. Please enter via Spencer and Ann Streets only during this time.
Established in 1869, the Rockhampton Botanic Gardens is one of the oldest public gardens in the country, spanning 33 hectares of meticulously landscaped grounds. The site has been heritage listed since 1999 and is home to a state-of-the-art, all-abilities playground that was reopened in 2023.
The Rockhampton Botanic Gardens are open to the public, and admission is free.
Walk, skip, bike, scoot or drive yourself here.
Additional parking is also available
If you would like to host an event at Rockhampton Botanic Gardens, please visit our Book a Park page.
No pets or domestic animals are permitted at the Botanic Gardens.
Sections of the gardens are wheelchair accessible, with well-maintained paths and ramps to ensure visitors can enjoy the beauty and tranquillity of this historic site.
100 Spencer Street, The Range 4700 View Map
100 Spencer Street ,
The Range 4700
Botanic Gardens walking paths
Botanic Gardens Playground
Ernie the Dingo
The Botanic Gardens are open from 6am to 6pm daily.