A spectacular blend of cultivated garden and wilderness tracts within the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, the Blue Mountains Botanic Garden Mount Tomah is an ‘island within an island’ that plays a key role in conservation and research of plants from a range of diverse ecosystems in Australia and around the world.
The Garden features many rare species, spectacular cool climate trees, seasonal colour, historically significant plantings and tranquil spaces for picnics or forest bathing.
Located on Darug country and situated in a UNESCO World Heritage Area, the Garden is divided into four distinct precincts, interlaced with pathways designed for wandering, exploring and engaging with the natural environment. Within each of these precincts are several themed gardens, lawns and features including pavilions, cascades, benches viewing areas and facilities.
Find out more about the different areas of the Garden below, find a specific plant using Garden Explorer or view the visitors map here.