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Hunter Region Botanic Gardens


The Hunter Region Botanic Gardens is the perfect place for a family get together or picnic, with electric barbecue facilities available. THE GARDENS WILL BE CLOSED FROM 24TH DECEMBER 2020 UNTIL JANUARY 4TH 2021. We wish everyone a safe and happy Christmas and thank you for your support throughout this difficult year.

  • 33 hectares of themed gardens in a 133 hectare bushland setting

  • Venues available for special functions, weddings, birthdays and corporate events

  • Plant sales

  • Kookaburra Café open daily – 9am–2.30pm

WHERE 2100 Pacific Highway, Heatherbrae

AGES All Ages

PH 4987 1655

E events@huntergardens.org.au

Facebook HunterRegionBotanicGardens

VISIT www.huntergardens.org.au

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