Australian Inland Botanic Gardens

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  • Kiosk
  • Gift & Souvenir Shop
  • Cafe
  • Place of Interest
River Road,
Buronga NSW 2717
Tel: (03) 5023 3612
Fax: (03) 5022 0012
  • Award winning botanic gardens
  • Displays of plants from around the world
  • Cafe & gift shop
  • 2,500 year-old Mallee tree
  • Function Centre
Last updated by Running Bear on 16th July, 2013
Page created by Running Bear
Australian Inland Botanic Gardens is unique among Australian botanic gardens in displaying plants from around the world by their continent, country or region of origin.
Find a place with clear blue skies, deep sandy red loam dunes, and a 50 million-year old river winding through it. Add a semi-arid woodland ecosystem studded with ancient Mallee eucalypts, some of which probably saw their first light 2000 years before Europeans reached Australia.

Into this starkly beautiful environment, with its superb climate and natural assets, bring a can-do community of volunteers, energised by a vision of a unique resource for tourism, leisure, education and research.

Over the years since the first plantings in 1991 by Lady and Sir Ninian Stephan former Governor General of Australia, the AIBG has grown in more ways than one. We have relocated Garnpang Homestead to become our coffee and gift shop. Regularly staffed by our wonderful volunteers it is a place to sit and enjoy a cappuccino whilst browsing in our historical shop.
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