Darug Traditional Tribal Group inhabits the northern Blue Mountains, including Mount Tomah. Earliest dated rock art on Bells Line of Road.
Estimated date for the oldest eucalypt in the Garden.
Naturalist George Caley visits Fern Tree Hill, now known as Mount Tomah.
Archibald Bell discovers a route across the Blue Mountains, afterwards known as Bells Line of Road.
Botanist Allan Cunningham vists the area.
Susannah Bowen receives the first land grand in the area.
Effie and Alfred Brunet acquire property for a cut-flower farm to supply Sydney florists.
The Brunets present their land to the Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney.
Mount Tomah Botanic Garden opens to the public on 1 November.
The Garden reaches the one million visitor milestone.
Darug Connections storyboard trail launches.
Mount Tomah Botanic Garden acquires The Jungle. Lady (Nancy) Fairfax Walk opens to the public.
The World Heritage Education Centre opens.
The Garden's name changes to Blue Mountains Botanic Garden, Mount Tomah.