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"Where ideas grow'. Explore a garden of national significance that can delight, inspire, entertain and relax your senses. The collections of natives and exotics are complimented by lakes, the award winning Potter Children’s Garden and a growing...more
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102 Hill Rd, Manurewa | Auckland, Auckland 2105, New Zealand
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+64 9-267 1457
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Reviewed 1 week ago

It was the middle of August, we went to the Auckland botanic gardens, and saw the magnolia trees and some cherry trees which have started to blossom.

Thank TravelsWithPhillip
Reviewed 1 week ago

We were here last fall when there was a magnificent variety of sculptures on display. The gardens themselves are lovely and it was later in the day so it wasn't very crowded.

Thank Susan E
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Auckland gardens are simply wonderful, plenty to see throughout the gardens. I highly recommend the forest walks on the outsides edges.

Thank Adam E
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This is a place for you. The reception area is nice with a beautiful water feature incorporating bronze palms at the entrance. In the foyer there is an info centre, rooms with educational themes. Examples of some of the native flora and usually a display...More

Thank Rachel U
Reviewed 27 June 2018

Take a picnic and find a spot in the gardens to relax with a book! We spent a couple of hours meandering around the gardens. Spotted a few eels in a dam and took photos with interesting flowers.

Thank Holly W
Reviewed 20 June 2018

We visited on our last morning in NZ. There is plenty of parking and free entry to the gardens. Lots of areas to walk around and even though it was autumn there were still plenty of colours around to see. Well laid out with lots...More

Thank Peter R
Reviewed 12 June 2018 via mobile

ABG owned by Auckland Council. Very large variation of plants. Beautiful scenery. Free of charge. Nice for taking a walk with friends or family. Dog fiendly. Very beautiful. Don't miss it when you visit Auckland.

Thank iwanskomari
Reviewed 8 June 2018

The Auckland Botanic Gardens are well set out and easy to follow map can do a short loop if pressed for time. We were very impessed with the range of plantings. We were lucky to visit while Sculptures in the Garden were on exhibit there.

Thank Sue H
Reviewed 20 May 2018 via mobile

Simply beautiful filling in time in Auckland before flights. Lovely and peaceful. Definitely take a umbrella or jacket we got caught out hot cold wet and hot again. So many areas to explore 🌱🌞🌫🌥More

Thank Sonya Devon W
Micheline N, Visitor Services Manager at Auckland Botanic Gardens, responded to this reviewResponded 22 May 2018

Thanks for your review Sonya A lot of travellers either heading to the airport or having landed after a long haul flight come and enjoy time here at the Gardens. The proximity to the airport, parking, café, general accessibility and beautiful gardens all make for...More

Reviewed 18 May 2018

Even in autumn they are worth a visit. Many walking options and a lovely cafe to rest your weary feet in. And no entry fee!

Thank Tabatha1998
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nilvina
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Response from Micheline N | Property representative |
Hi, Yes, you can get here using public transport. Depending on where you are coming from, it's probably easiest to catch a train to Manurewa, and then take a bus, or walk (approximately 20 minutes) to the Gardens. We hope... More
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