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The Western Australian Botanic Garden is one of a kind. It belongs to a worldwide network of botanic gardens devoted to the scientific research, conservation and display of flora. It is located within Kings Park which is the most visited place in Western Australia.
In 2015 the Western Australian Botanic Garden celebrated its 50th anniversary. These 'Anniversary adventures' were created to allow visitors explore special areas of the WA Botanic Garden with a new walk each month.
Delve a little deeper into the quirks of the Western Australian Botanic Garden in February and spot the odd plants out!
March takes us to the heart of the Western Australian Botanic Garden to explore the Artistic Centrepiece of the garden.
Take a winding tour through the WA Botanic Garden to see the most distinctive and special trees scattered throughout its 17 hectares.
May takes us to the furthest reaches of the WA Botanic Garden to the Roe Gardens where the Place of Reflection can be found.
With the arrival of crisp winter days, now is the perfect time to explore the tall timbers nestled within the Western Australian Botanic Garden.
July takes you on a celebration of Federation - a journey through the treetops and along the Lotterywest Federation Walkway.
August is the perfect time to take a wander through two star attractions of the Western Australian Botanic Garden.
In September we're visiting the WA Botanic Garden entry precinct - a fantastic place to view wildflowers from right around the State.
In October 2015 the WA Botanic Garden celebrated its golden anniversary - 50 years of magnificent living collections for all to admire.