Eurobodalla Botanic Gardens
Eurobodalla Botanic Gardens at Batemans Bay sits on 42 hectares of forest and displays plants native to the Eurobodalla region.
Enjoy sharing the gardens with a variety of birds and other native wildlife. Features include display gardens, a sensory garden, herbarium, nursery, arboretum, picnic, playground and barbeque areas, a Visitors Centre and cafe. Admission is free.
Free guided walks are offered every Sunday morning at 11.00am with a trained volunteer guide.
The gardens are open Wednesday to Sunday, 9am - 4pm, public holidays, and every day in NSW school holidays. Closed Good Friday and Christmas Day.
Length: 6 tracks from 500m to 2km, 6 km in total
Time: from 20 minutes to 2 hours
Grade: Easy - 2 tracks with limited mobility access
Access: Turn east off Princes Highway, 5 km south of Batemans Bay.
Below: Correa baeuerlenii is a a rare plant species found in the Eurobodalla Botanic Gardens