The Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Garden is a popular, inviting place for families, community groups, schools and anyone interested in our unique and beautiful bush environment.
Our region abounds in diverse and interesting flora. We aim to display as much of our regional flora as possible to demonstrate the range in form, colour, habitat requirements and sensory characteristics.
Whether you visit the Garden to explore, play, celebrate, or socialise, we have everything you need for an enjoyable experience.
Location and opening hours
Find us off Deep Creek Dam Road, open Wednesday to Sunday and every day of NSW school holidays, with free admission for everyone.
You'll find a range of modern facilities at our Visitor Centre, including the Mossy on Gardens Cafe, gift shop, Banksia Room and education hub.
Take home a unique gift including plants propagated from seeds and cuttings sourced from our region and the Garden's own collection.
Mossy on Gardens Café
Take in the tranquillity of our beautiful Garden and enjoy a coffee and delicious meal at Mossy on Gardens Café.
Barbecues and picnics
Bring the family for a picnic or some snags and enjoy a fun outing in a natural bush environment.
Music, motion and adventure await with a range of interactive play equipment and mud brick cubby.
Find answers to frequently asked questions about visiting the Garden, including what to bring, dogs, bikes, walking areas, functions and more.
The Botanic Garden was damaged by the 2019-20 bushfires. We have rebuilt some facilities and are helping the Garden vegetation regenerate naturally.