List of botanical gardens in Australia

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There are more than 140 botanical gardens in Australia, some like the Australian National Botanic Gardens have collections consisting entirely of Australian native and endemic species; most have a collection that include plants from around the world. There are botanical gardens and arboreta in all states and territories of Australia, most are administered by local governments, some are privately owned.


Australian Capital Territory

New South Wales

Northern Territory


South Australia



Western Australia

External territories

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