Royal Botanical Gardens - Sydney

by Sally Tobin April. 13, 2017 651 views

I could stroll through the Royal Botanical Gardens in Sydney all day, which is why every time I go back to Sydney and make time to go to the Gardens and see something new, something I didn't get to see the last time.

There's history and so many beautiful plants and flowers, what's not to love about this place.

When the flowers are in bloom it's magical!

One of the entrances to the Royal Botanical Gardens Sydney

A plaque for one of the sculptures title 'I Wish'

Local friendly Cockatoo. This photo wasn't taken with a zoom lens, the Cockatoo let me get about a foot away.

Flowers in bloom - This photo was taken with a Sigma macro lens.

Cherub sculpture

Yellow Hibiscus flowers - This photo was taken with a Sigma macro lens.

Lavender coloured rose - This photo was taken with a Sigma macro lens.

Beautiful blue flowers - This photo was taken with a Sigma macro lens.

The Palm trees on the outskirts of the Gardens make you feel like you near the sandy beaches of Manly.

Glimpses of the Sydney Harbour Bridge can be seen near the Conservatorium.



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