Shoalhaven Heads Native Botanic Garden

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Welcome to Shoalhaven Heads Native Botanic Garden

The Arbor, which provides the formal entry to the Botanic Garden, is made entirely of Blackbutt timber - Eucalyptus pilularis

Shoalhaven Heads Native Botanic Garden is a community project that is entirely the work of parkcare volunteers.

It has been developed on a 1 hectare (2.5 acre) council reserve at Shoalhaven Heads.

Our Native Botanic Garden is open during daylight hours 7 days a week and warmly welcomes visitors.

Admission is free, but donations assist the volunteers to maintain and further develop the Garden.

Our aims are:

To grow and display Australian native plants at Shoalhaven Heads

To demonstrate what can be grown successfully in our area on the South Coast of NSW

To be a place where people can learn about Australia's wonderful Native Flora

To be a welcoming park, for people's enjoyment and relaxation, be they from our local community or visitors from further afield


Walking trail within the Shoalhaven Heads Native Botanic Garden

Discover the Native Botanic Garden at Shoalhaven Heads

Visit our Botanic Garden to enjoy and learn about Australian native plants. A large range is on display, including rare, endangered and bush tucker plants.

Enjoy the peaceful setting of the garden. Exploring it for an hour or so will be richly rewarded. There are a number of beautiful walking paths and the bird life will delight.

Bring a picnic basket and relax on the lawns. Amenities include a children's playground, wheelchair accessible electric barbecue, sheltered picnic tables, bench seating and public toilets.


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We welcome community support for the Garden's future plans, which include an integrated wheelchair accessible boardwalk and sculptural viewing platform.

We welcome community support for the Garden's future plans, which include an integrated wheelchair accessible boardwalk and sculptural viewing platform.

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Proposed wheelchair board walk, side view of the viewing platform
Help us get funding by signing the petition to show community support for the proposed project