George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens

Point Of Interest

4.2 from 12 users


17 Geranium St, The Gardens, Northern Territory


The George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens are two kilometres north of Darwin city. The gardens cover 42 hectares and are noted for their collections of north Australian and other tropical species. The visitor and event centre is located at the Gardens Road entrance. It is air conditioned and a great place to learn about Territory history, plants and seasons. The Darwin Botanic Gardens app includes free self-guided walking tours and points of interest in the gardens. The Tree Walk covers 18 significant trees in the gardens. The Matboerrma Walk provides information about how the local Larrakia people use native plants for traditional purposes. Facilities include public toilets, children's playground, electric barbecues, picnic tables and a cafe. You can walk your dog in the gardens No camping or overnight parking.

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Lat: -12.443652 Lng: 130.836772

User Reviews



An amazing dog friendly off leash walk. Some sculptures and play ground for the kids.



Sadly found this quite underwhelming. Entry areas were nice however beyond that needs a lot of TLC.


Jonique Life

This is a lovely and well done Botanic Garden which has the coolest sculptures we have seen in a garden (the crocodile, dragon and even dinosaurs in the Cycad section) When we went sadly the waterfall wasn't flowing but it was a nice walk around the whole garden with heaps of information and the forest sections were so beautiful, like you were in another world "Jonique Life" Follow our journey around Australia on Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok and YouTube as we highlight wonderful experiences and magical places you can add to your ever growing bucket list.


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