Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens

Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens

The Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens and associated Herbarium occupy 83 ha of mostly dry forest with some moist creek areas, 5kms from the NSW south coast town of Batemans Bay. The majority of the land is undeveloped but with made tracks and enhancement plantings. Display gardens are situated in the carpark and around the visitors' centre, picnic area and arboretum. The Gardens only display regional plant species.

Address: 
Princes Highway, Batemans Bay, NSW
Tel: 
0244712544
Hours: 
10am - 4pm Wed to Sun, public and school holidays
Admission: 
Free
Facilities: 
Kiosk, shop, walks, picnic area, barbecues, wheelchair access, brochure available, gardens, herbarium
Collection: 
Living plants - 10,000 plants, 1,500 species. Herbarium specimens - 8,000; photographs of local plant species - 400
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Rare plant species

Grevillea rhyolitica

Description:
Shrub to 2m. Natural occurrence restricted to rhyolite outcrops on southern tablelands in Deva NP and headwaters of Tuross River. The Gardens hold living and Herbarium specimens of this species.

Rare Plant Species

Acacia covenyi

Description:
Erect small tree, phyllodes silver grey, flowers golden yellow. Natural occurrence restricted to limestone ridges and slopes from Bendethera to Bega, Southcoast. The Gardens hold living and Herbarium specimens of this species.

Rare Plants Species

Baeckea denticulata

Description:
Spreading prostrate shrub. Natural occurrene restricted to high altitudes on Southern tablelands. The Gardens hold living and Herbarium specimens of this species.

Rare Plant Species

Correa baeuerlenii

Description:
Shrub to 1.5m high. Natural occurrence restricted to south coast from Clyde River to Bega. The Gardens hold living and Herbarium specimens of this species.