Mackay Regional Botanic Gardens

The Mackay Regional Botanic Gardens is one of Mackay’s
most popular tourist attractions.

It is home to a vast range of tropical flora from Mackay and the
Whitsundays as well as other Australian native and exotic plants
which feature in five ‘culturally-themed’ gardens.

If you’re an animal lover, you’ll be pleased to find that the local
wildlife has made a home amongst the plants and foliage,
making for excellent bird watching opportunities and
insect spotting.

Mackay’s Botanic Gardens also serves as a pleasant
recreational facility featuring over three kilometres of walking
and cycling trails and a unique Cafe, Restaurant and Gallery
overlooking the beautiful lagoons for those who just want to
relax with a cup of coffee and admire the view.


Free Friday guided walks at the Botanic Gardens

These popular walks through the Botanic Gardens begin again for 2015 from April 17 at 10am. At the start of the first walk for 2015, we will be drawing the winner of Eggs-traordinary Easter Holiday Quiz.

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Come and see what's flowering in the Botanic Gardens.

These flowers make the tree look like it is filled with fairy lights.

You can find them on the Lepiderma sp. (Impulse Creek)

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Small Explorers: “Plant a Seed and Grow a Mind”

Tuesday April 28th:  9.30 am – 11.00am

Why not come along with your small child? Remember to contact us on 49527300.

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Nature’s Reverse Pallet - an exhibition by Kim Bagot

As a botanical illustrator and an environmental scientist, Kim is intrigued by the beauty that plants display. View her exhibition in the Lagoons Gallery from April 1 to May 3, 2015.

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