1. Chinese Garden of Friendship
Tucked away in a little corner in Darling Harbour, the Chinese Garden of Friendship is a quiet oasis in the middle of the city. You’ll find babbling waterfalls, sunbathing lizards, koi fish, swaying willow trees and exotic plants.
2. Fagan Park
Fagan Park in Hornsby is a delightful green retreat with a fairy garden, cute cottages, and 11 themes gardens, including Japanese, Dutch, Chinese and Mediterranean.
3. Wendy’s Secret Garden
Hidden away down a sloping piece of land in Lavender Bay, Wendy’s Secret Garden is a dense planting of Bangalow palms, figs, lillies, flowers and other beautiful plants. Wind your way through the many secret pathways and marvel at the spectacular harbour views.
4. Australian Botanic Gardens
Located in Mount Annan, the Australian Botanic Gardens is home to 2,500 Australian plants , and currently there is a showstopping spring daisy display worth checking out.
5. Swain Gardens
Located in Ku-Ring-Gai, this is an English garden in a bushland setting. Here, you can expect to find Maidenhairs, Camellia garden, large cedar trees and other English blooms.
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