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When we arrived at the gardens a whole bunch of birds, doves and pigeons, came swooping down which was quite unnerving. But once inside the park, it's very peaceful, there's a pretty bridge and waterfall, and lots of nice planting around.
the paths can be steep, some have lots of steps. The gardens are pretty with several huge majestic Himalayan pines on show. The historic Napier cemetery is at the top of the gardens, also worth a wander around
The Botanical Gardens are always looking lovely.It is a really nice place to have a picnic.Take a leasurely stroll around the garden paths and feed the ducks in the pond.Take a ball with you and have a kick around with the kids..
We happened upon the botanical gardens a couple of years after moving to Hawke's Bay. What a hidden treasure this is!
Once you find the spot - where parking is on-street and easy - the rest is as much or as little as you choose...More
The Napier Botanical Gardens have been around for many years and has always been well maintained. It has a variety of trees and plants and the flowers in bloom are just stunning. Its a great place to walk through on ones daily stroll or power...More
I have been here on a couple of occasions recently to walk my dog. Dogs are allowed on-lead only. The gardens are lovely with winding paths through lush plantings and trees. There is a duck pond and aviaries also. Another interesting aspect to these gardens...More