Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria Carnbourne Access Key
Access Key currently under construction
Cnr Ballarto Road and Botanic Drive, Cranbourne, (off South Gippsland Highway)
03 5990 2200
Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria, Cranbourne Gardens is one of Victoria’s most precious areas of remnant native bushland and offers visitors the chance to explore heathlands, wetlands and woodlands on the 363-hectare site. It is recognised as a site of State significance for flora and fauna conservation, with over 25 species listed as endangered, threatened or at risk of extinction. Following representations by the Maud Gibson Trust, Cranbourne Gardens was established in 1970 when the Victorian Government acquired the land with a view to developing it into a botanic garden that complemented Melbourne Gardens through the display of native plants and ecosystems.
To showcase the wide range of accessibility features and to help plan your visit with a level of prediction, structure, orientation and sensory integration information, an Access Key for RBGV Cranbourne will be provided for free download.
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