We were here on a cold, drizzly afternoon and had a great time. As we only had an hour or so until the gardens closed we followed the main path and saw lots of interesting plants, some gorgeous local birds that popped in and to the kids delight dinosaurs too!
The desert garden is wonderful with its beautiful red sand and rocks that reminded us of the north of WA and master 10 was particularly thrilled to see the giant sculpture of a thorny devil as it is his favourite animal.
The dinosaurs we discovered provided props for some very funny photos and the kids loved discovering them especially in the rainforest area. The lighting in this area was also quite cool. Your staff member dressed as a dinosaur was also very amusing and made the boys laugh out loud which is never a bad thing.
The park is well signed and has lots of little spots to stop and take in your surrounds as well as picnic areas, toilets, a visited centre that smells amazing and a cafe.
Unfortunately the cafe closes early in winter and we just missed out on getting a hot coffee for our walk.
There is a good amount of tickets parking available.
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