The Darwin Botanic Gardens are well maintained and an enjoyable experience for visitors and locals.

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The Darwin Botanic Gardens Heritage Place contains the Lawn (a social gathering spot remembered by many long-term residents of Darwin), old fence post, triangle and rockery planned and planted by Jack Agostini, remains of the steps to the original Holtze residence, retaining wall adjacent to the original Holtze residence, portion of roadway thought to have been constructed in 1925 and a number of trees and palms.

Opening times:
Accessible at all the times
Entry cost:
Free entry
Activities:
  • Birdwatching
  • Self-Guided
Facilities:
  • Car park
  • Picnic Area
  • Public Toilet