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April - October

7.00 am to 5.00 pm

November - March

7.00 am to 6.00 pm

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© 2019  Friends of Maroochy Regional Bushland Botanic Gardens Inc. 

Friends

of Maroochy Regional Bushland Botanic Gardens

The Friends welcome you to our website.

For over twenty years, the Friends have worked in tremendous co-operation with our local councils to share the achievement of a beautiful bushland botanic garden on the Sunshine Coast.

Come and visit the gardens;

we are sure you will love it,

just as we do.

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Latest News

Can't wait to cross that bridge when we come to it!
Are the Friends creating a rope swing bridge or a work of art? Seems like it's both!
The bridge will be an exciting shortcut to the Whipbird Village. Functional and fun.
Go and have a look at those sturdy foundations...that is one solid bridge!
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Things to See & Do

May, 2020

Celebrating

250 years of modern

discovery & 40000+ years

of botanical knowledge

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         ...gardens
          offer us something 
               beyond the
                  material  world.
      They provide a
  spiritual component
            allowing us
     to participate
              in the wonder and
       mystery of creation.
 
      Gordon Ford

Do you know where this waterfall is in the gardens?

 

It's just below the middle creek crossing on the Upland Bush Walk. Unfortunately, it only looks like this for a day or so after heavy rain. ​Perhaps the question should have been "when?" not "where?"!

Beautiful photo by Greg Miller