An eco-accredited green oasis at the heart of Coffs Harbour – blending a unique mix of natural coastal forests, rainforests, rare native plants, international gardens, mangrove forests, glasshouse plants and beautiful flowers everywhere! Flat wide paths for easy wheelchair and stroller access.
There is lots to do for all ages. Stroll and picnic in natural forest areas and planted gardens, take a discovery walk to explore Indigenous plant use and more or relax by the lake and at shady rest seats throughout the garden.
The Visitor Information Centre and Shop at the entrance with a range of local craftwork, gifts and plants for sale.
Inside the garden entrance are dining tables by a lawn, small ponds and a pavilion/stage. The easy-access garden areas near the entrance offer a window to the variety of plants that can be seen on longer walks around the garden.
To assist with mobility, wheelchairs (free hire) and an electric buggy with a volunteer driver (small fee) can be booked ahead at the Information Centre and Shop.
Covering 20 hectares, the garden is enveloped by the wide waterway of Coffs Creek at the end of Hardacre Street off Harbour Drive, just one kilometre from the city centre, a subtropical haven and an extension of Coffs Creek Walk.