The Royal Botanic Gardens in Sydney is one of the three top botanical gardens located in Sydney, Australia and is home to several kinds of mammals and hundreds of species of plants both natural to Australia?s climate as well as those that have been imported from other countries.
The area is preserved and managed by the Royal Botanic Gardens Trust, which is an arm of the New South Wales Department of Environment and Climate Change. The Trust also takes care of other botanical gardens located near the Royal Botanic Gardens in Sydney which includes the Mount Tomah Botanic Garden and the Mount Annan Botanic Garden.
The botanical gardens has a free admission policy and allows kids and parents alike to enjoy nature with the beautiful green plants around the surroundings.
More importantly the Royal Botanic Gardens is a place for people who would like to reconnect with nature and spend peace and quiet outdoors. The Royal Botanic Gardens is also a place for learning as there are some symposiums and seminars that are usually conducted within the expansive area for trainings with regards to gardening and planting as well as horticulture.
The National Herbarium of NSW is also housed within the Royal Botanic Gardens. This is the center for plant conservation and research where various studies and experiments are done to improve the life of plants and trees.
School excursions and activities are always welcome in all three parks which does not charge anything for admission. During school holidays, parents are also encouraged to bring their kids to the Royal Botanic Gardens for a fun-filled and educational day.
The Royal Botanical Gardens are also located in an area that overlooks the Farm Cove and is a few clicks away from the main Sydney business district which features tourist attractions such as the Sydney Opera House, the MacQuarie Street and the Circular Quay. Towards the Botanical Garden?s south is the Cahill Expressway.