Where can I park at Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney?

Where can I park at Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney?

If you’re driving to the Garden, 24 hour metered parking is available on Mrs Macquaries Road, Hospital Road and Macquarie Street. Secure, undercover parking is also available at the Domain Car Park. Mobility parking is available near the Wolloomooloo Gate and outside the Art Gallery of NSW.

Can you drink alcohol in the Royal Botanical Gardens Sydney?

Alcohol may be brought into the Garden providing all State laws are adhered to and alcohol is consumed responsibly. Please take empty bottles and cans with you when leaving the site and ensure that no broken glass is left behind. Please report any broken glass to the Visitor Centre.

How do you get into the Botanic House?

We are located on Mrs Macquaries Rd and can be accessed via multiple entrance gates located throughout the gardens.

  1. By Ferry. Catch the ferry to Circular Quay and enter the Royal Botanic Garden at either the Opera House Gate or the Queen Elizabeth II Gate (also near the Opera House).
  2. By Car.
  3. By Train.

Is parking free in Sydney?

Around a quarter of the City’s on-street parking is metered pay parking. Rates vary depending on the location and the time you are parking there. However, if you only need to find a park for a short time, the City of Sydney has introduced free 15-minute parking in main street retail areas outside the city area.

Does botanical gardens allow alcohol?

Alcohol: The Gardens is a public space and no drinking of alcohol is permitted unless it is within a dedicated space as part of an approved event.

Can you drink alcohol in national parks NSW?

Alcohol-free zones apply to public roads and footpaths, while alcohol-prohibited areas apply to parks and civic spaces. Alcohol consumption is not permitted in these areas, and police have the power to confiscate alcohol. There are no fines associated with the offence.

Is there toilets at botanical gardens?

The toilets are open. Surfaces are cleaned regularly by our staff and visitors are recommended to wear a face covering inside the toilets. Are the Café and Shop open? The Shop and the Garden Café are both fully open.

Are Botanic Gardens toilets open?

The toilets in the Botanic Gardens are now closed along with the Visitor Centre, Tearooms, Herbarium and Library, as part of measures put in place during the Covid-19 situation. Are the toilets still closed a year on?

Where to find Mrs Macquarie’s chair in Sydney?

Macquarie’s Chair is part of The Royal Botanic Gardens and is easily accessed from Circular Quay train station (20min walk via the Botanic Garden). Sydney Explorer bus line has a stop at Mrs. Macquarie’s Chair.

Where is the Royal Botanic Garden in Sydney?

Whether you desire an intimate garden setting, timeless elegance or a lawn with views, we have something for any taste and budget. Located within the Sydney CBD, surrounded by verdant gardens and boasting dramatic views of the Sydney skyline and Harbour, the Garden is the perfect location for your next event.

Do you have to be a member to go to Royal Botanic Garden?

Members receive great discounts and privileges. Find out what’s on at the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney this week and search for upcoming events, community festivals, exhibitions, plant sales and much more!

What are sensory gardens at Royal Botanic Garden?

Prepare to be amazed by plants and the cutting-edge research that goes into saving them in our new science video series that’ll have you saying: What the Flora!? Sensory gardens are a combination of hardscape elements and plants that combine to provide colour, smells, textures, sounds and tastes that awaken the senses and relax the mind.