Visit the Maroochy regional bushland botanic gardens website to experience and discover everything about the garden.
The garden, including the arts and ecology centre, is set amongst 82 hectares of eucalypt and riparian forest, with creeks, lagoons and walking tracks.
The Maroochy arts and ecology centre is a specialised arts and ecology interpretative centre, located at the garden.
There is a range of popular locations within the garden for hosting events. You can check availability and make an enquiry online.
The garden has a variety of attractions that visitors can enjoy. The garden is a haven where the coast's botanical heritage can be grown and nurtured.
A wonderful array of plants may be seen in the bushland and landscaped areas. The botanic garden plays an important role in conservation of native rare endangered species.
A wonderful array of birds and animals inhabit the gardens. The gardens play an important role in conservation of rare and endangered species.
Council staff work closely with the friends of the garden to achieve the many objectives of the garden.
Learn more about the garden's facilities, amenities and opening hours. School groups are invited to study nature in our learning circle.
Visitors can explore more than 30 works onsite at the Maroochy regional bushland botanic garden.