Australian Inland Botanic Gardens
Australian Inland Botanic Gardens

Australian Inland Botanic Gardens

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Find a place with clear blue skies, deep sandy red loam dunes, and a 50 million year old river winding through it. Add a semi-arid woodland ecosystem studded with ancient Mallee eucalypts, some of which probably saw their first light 2000 years before Europeans reached Australia.

Into this starkly beautiful environment, with its superb climate and natural assets, bring a can-do community of volunteers, energised by a vision of a unique resource for tourism, leisure, education and research.

The AIBG is the unique among Australian botanic gardens in displaying plants from around the world by their continent, country or region of origin.

The Australian sections are organised by state, and feature species from the vast, dry interior of the continent where rainfall averages less than 250mm (10 inches) a year. As well as some from sub-tropical areas.

For a truly unique conference experience - “Magenta in the Gardens” accommodates 200 function style, complete with
audio visual equipment.

Hold a session or break under the gum trees, in the rose garden, in one of the many specific plantings areas, or the Bush Chapel. Facilities include BBQ area with kitchenette, areas of historical, environmental and scientific interest.

Contact us to arrange a tour of the gardens on the tractor train.
Australian Inland Botanic Gardens
Address: River Road,
Mourquong (Buronga)
Phone: 03 5022 0906

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