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Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne

The Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne, a division of the Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne, is one of Victoria's most precious areas of native bushland.

Botanic Gardens Cranbourne closed until further notice

As advised by the Federal and State Government, this site is temporarily closed. This is to protect against the spread of coronavirus.

Native bushland in the heart of Casey

The Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne, a division of the Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne, is one of Victoria's most precious areas of native bushland.

The gardens offer nature-lovers the chance to explore 363 hectares of untouched heathlands, wetlands and woodlands. These expansive natural gardens are also home to thriving bird and animal life, including several rare and endangered species.

Travel through the landscapes of Australia in the Australia Garden. Visit the remnant bushland areas for a snapshot of the flora and fauna that once covered much of the area. 

Other gardens and attractions include:

  • Red Sand Garden
  • Rockpool Waterway
  • Dry River Bed
  • Arid Garden
  • Eucalypt Walk
  • Exhibition Gardens

Visit the RBG Cranbourne website

1000 Ballarto Road, Cranbourne 3977
Access from Cnr Ballarto Rd and Botanic Dve
9am to 5pm daily.
Open every day except Christmas day and Total Fire Ban days.