Botanic Gardens North Mini Circuit

20 min to 45 min
20 min to 45 min

1.5 km

↑ 33 m
↓ -32 m

Easy track
Starting from the end of the signposted car park in Australian National Botanic Gardens, ACT, this circuit walk gives you a compact tour of the flora and the features of the gardens via concrete/metal footpaths. The Display Glasshouse contains hundreds of plant species from tropical and subtropical Australia. There is a large selection of epiphytic plants, including Elkhorn and Staghorn Ferns along with Fox Tail and Screw Palms. The Rock Garden on the other hand is quite charming with its little waterfall and spacious resting areas. Also, the special soil beneath your feet makes it easier for plants from all kinds of biomes to prosper. Keep in mind that the botanic gardens close at 5PM so make sure you get your vehicle out before that. Let us begin by acknowledging the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we travel today, and pay our respects to their Elders past and present.
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