Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens
To learn more about the region, with over 42 hectares of land to discover, we suggest a trip to the Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens for insight into the flora that is native to the area. Located between Mogo and Batemans Bay, it’s a great stop to enjoy an afternoon, have a picnic, and learn about the variety of plant species in the area. The gardens are expansive and display over 2000 species of plants native to the region. There are also several native animals throughout the gardens, including bandicoots, kangaroos, wallabies, birds, and lizards. A stop in the Wallace Herbarium will showcase species from the Clyde Deua and Tuross Rivers that have been collected and identified.
A great educational resource, this botanic garden also includes a self-guided system including information of different species of plants and animals you can identify throughout your walk. Within the gardens, there are several walking tracks as well as a loop with wheel-chair accessibility. A plant shop, gift store, and cafe can also be found on the grounds of the gardens.
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