Weve been to RHBG everytime we come to Hobart. This time we bought my brother and our elderly mum so we booked a 1 hour buggy tour. Neil gave the tour and was very informative and obliging. A great place to visit.
About Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens
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Interesting flora of Tasmania and nearby regions; very pretty setting overlooking bridge. Easy walk from downtown Hobart. Opens early (8 a.m.) for a pre-museum visit. Good signage and friendly staff to help you spot special plants. Free entry.
What a joy it was to visit these gardens. They are beautiful at every turn. There are such a wide variety of exhibits that you could easily fill a whole day exploring. Highlights for us were the rose garden, the vegetable garden and the Japanese...More
Visited the gardens and enjoyed the experience. Greenhouse was great and they had some interesting pine trees there of considerable age. Would recommend any gardener to visit and enjoy the surroundings
Easy to get around and not overcrowded as other larger botanical gardens can be in major cities throughout the country.
We can't believe that entry to this Hobart gem is free of charge! Beautiful grounds, lush conservatory, even a chilly Antarctic pavillion, this is a perfect spot for a picnic. We particularly enjoyed learning about Tasmanian plant species and having a serene moment in the...More
Took the hop on hop off bus to the gardens. Had lunch in the restaurant (delicious pappardelle with seafood) then strolled around the gardens. Obviously a popular place with locals and tourists alike. The orchid house contained the most beautiful orchids
I'm in awe with the magnificent sea of color from all the flowers. I have never seen so many roses in bloom at once. The array if colors in the Rhodadendrons was Stunning. This is a very nice place to visit on a hot spring/summers...More