Stony Range Botanic Garden

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Stony Range Regional Botanic Garden is an oasis of Australian native plants located at Dee Why in the heart of the northern beaches. It is famous for its spring floral displays and is the perfect place for a walk, picnic, or intimate functions such as weddings. Every year it hosts a Spring Festival. The garden is jointly managed by Council and a Volunteer Advisory Committee. It is free and open every day of the year, including public holidays. Intricate walkways take visitors to a variety of microclimates. The main circuit takes approximately 20 minutes to complete and in 2013 was extended to include the accessible sensory track - where people of all abilities can experience the Australian bush like never before. Signs along the sensory track point to plants you can touch, taste, smell, and look at, to observe the garden with all your senses. There are also side tracks for the energetic and inquisitive. Spring is the best time to view the vivid colours of the garden's fabulous floral displays. However, the beauty of the garden is breathtaking all year round.

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Lat: -33.75719 Lng: 151.282226

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20 or so parking spots just off the highway. Gardens on one side, commercial buildings on the other. You could probably do a self-contained overnight here in a pinch. Gardens have lovely walking trails and picnic areas. Toilets are locked overnight.


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