The Australian National Botanic Gardens offers a breathtaking array of native plants in a spectacular bushland setting. With over 4,300 plant species set on 35 hectares, it is the only place in the world you will see this diversity of Australian native plants in one location. With year-long events, school holiday programs, exhibitions, guided walks and talks, as well as mobility assistance, there’s something to suit everyone at the Gardens.
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- Hearing loops, two wheelchairs and two electric scooters are available for use by visitors, free of charge. For the wheelchairs and scooters, bookings are recommended.
- Most gardens have accessible paths, large and flat with no stairs. A map is available at the Visitor Centre.
- On week-ends and public holiday, the Australian National Botanic Gardens run a highlights tour of the gardens called "Flora Explora" with an accessible bus. You can call in advance for booking.
Bookings can be made in the Visitor Centre or by contacting the ranger between 9.30 - 4.30pm on 6250 9547.
Further InformationMobility accessibility features:
Hearing accessibility features:
- Wheelchair hire available
- Paths wide and not slippery
Vision accessibility features:
- Hearing loop or infrared assisted listening system
- Audio description services
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