Inverawe Native Gardens - Tasmania
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Directions to Inverawe Native Gardens
Inverawe Gardens are just 15m drive from Hobart and are Tasmania’s largest landscaped native gardens. 8000 native plants make up this ten year old garden, supplementing natural regeneration.
Wander the gardens and enjoy the colours, textures and subtle scents, as well as the birds that frequent the area (92 species have been spotted at one time or another). Relax on one of the many seats.
Personalised, guided tours can be booked with one of the garden’s creators where you can learn about early French explorers and botanists and find out about the special challenges in constructing this garden.
Self-guided tours are also available.
Opening Hours: 9.00 am- last entry 6.00 pm. The garden remains open till sunset.
Open daily from 1 September to the end of May.
Closed Christmas Day and June, July and August (can phone ahead to arrange a visit during the Winter months).
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