Agonis flexuosa) in the area.In 1996 Peppermint Lawn was created to meet increased public demand for grassed areas and passive recreation - named for the Peppermint Trees (
This delightful, shaded area is located in the centre of the Botanic Garden with a view to the Pioneer Women's ornamental lake and fountains.
Beautiful, shady setting and close to facilities
|Access||Short walk from Eucalyptus Carpark|
|Parking||Eucalyptus Carpark or Botanic Garden Carpark|
|Toilets||Short walk to toilets|
||Please contact the Bookings Officer.|