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Australian Inland Botanic Gardens

03 5023 3612

Established in 1991, the beautiful Australian Inland Botanic Gardens are located near Mildura and have been created by a group of can-do volunteers with a passion for nature and the chance to make a positive difference in their community.

The iconic 2500 year old mallee tree takes pride of place among the new plantings which have been arranged by continental region.

Developed by visionaries as a place for education and research, it has become a unique place for people needing an outlet for their creative energies and a high quality resource for schools and disadvantaged groups.

Tourists can find plenty to enjoy from a wander through the gardens to a browse through the 19th century outback station buildings, buy a light lunch and sip coffee or a cold drink under the mallee trees.

A special breakfast is available on the fourth Saturday of every month with tractor train tours complete with informative commentary offered, making it the ideal spot for a get together with family of friends.

The increasingly popular Magenta Shearing Shed facility offers a venue with a difference for your special event or wedding set in the rustic charm of the outback with all the expected modern facilities including a state of the art kitchen, while the Bush Chapel is the perfect place for a wedding service

The huge Rose Garden is a great place for wedding photos or maybe just a walk among the glorious scented beds of colour with your camera. The Nature Trail should satisfy the most passionate native plant enthusiast and bird lovers will be amazed at the diversity of birds that have made AIBG their home.

Entry is free but donations are encouraged to help the vision unfold. Come and see Australian Inland Botanic Gardens for yourself.

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Local directions:

From Mildura, go over the Murray River bridge to New South Wales, straight ahead at the roundabout, turn left at River Road (second turn on your left) after three kilometres along this road Australian Inland Botanic Gardens are on the right.

  • Car park
  • Coach parking
  • Picnic area
  • Public toilet
  • Shaded area
  • Sheltered area
  • Visitor information centre
  • Viewing platform
  • Birdwatching
  • Meditating
  • Train ride
  • Self guided
  • Bushwalking
Opening hours:

Tour of the Gardens on every Saturday at 11:00am. Also on the fourth last Saturday at 10:00 and 11:00am. No booking required. Light lunch available following. Group tours any day by arrangement, must be prebooked.

Disabled access:
Disabled assess to the coffee shop and Magenta Function room /shearing shed. People who are unable to walk around the gardens can access a car magnet from the coffee shop giving them permission to drive around the gardens.Nature trail and Rose Garden are wheelchair friendly.