Royal Botanic Gardens

Royal Botanic Gardens is a garden that is considered most important among the top three botanical gardens are open to the public in Sydney, Australia, in addition to Mount Annan Botanic Garden and Mount Tomah Botanic Garden. The Botanic Gardens is situated overlooking Farm Cove, east of the Sydney Opera House, Circular Quay and Macquarie Street. On the south side, there Cahill Expressway and on the east side, Art Gallery Road. This place is very much visited by local and foreign tourists. One interesting thing is, the garden of 30 hectares is free entry every day.

In 1816, The Botanic Gardens was established in this place by Governor Macquarie as part of the Domain of the Governor. The Botanic Gardens is the oldest scientific institute in Australia and, this garden plays a big role in the adjustment of plants that come from other areas. 1862, Sydney's first zoo was opened within the Botanic Gardens and remained there until 1883.
So if you want to travel with the family while increasing knowledge, it would not hurt you to come to this garden. And I am sure you will never regret.

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