The Royal Botanical Garden is surrounded by four Territory Parks The Domain, which can be used for various outdoor public activities, including outdoor movies, concerts, dances and sports events. These four territorial parks include Crescent Precinct, east of Art Gallery Rd, west of Art Gallery Rd, Phillip Precinct, south of Botanical Garden and Phillip Precinct, although there are four zones, but when it comes to territorial parks, people refer more to the area; east of Botanical Garden, a slender opening of Macquarie St, adjacent to Macquarie Street. Tarpeian Precinct, Tarpeian, Tarpeian, and Yurong Precinct, Yurong, in the northeastern corner of the Botanical Garden. Yurong is also the seat of Mrs. Macquarie's chair, which is the best place to shoot panoramic views of the Sydney Opera House and the Harbour Bridge. Fig. 1 - "The light green part is the five regions of the Botanical Garden - the dark green part is the four territorial parks; Fig. 2 - "Government House Gate entrance and exit of the Governor's Palace of the Royal Botanical Garden; Fig. 3 - "A sculpture entitled "Memory is an endless creation" located in the Territory Park of Tapei'an District; Fig. 4 - "The northernmost end of the Territory Park of Tapei'an District overlooks the Harbour Bridge and Opera House; Fig. 5 - " Mrs. Macaulay's seats at the northernmost of Yulang Territory Park in the northeastern corner of the park; panoramic views of the Harbour Bridge and Opera House taken by Mrs. Macaulay's Cape; Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge under the sunset taken by Mrs. Macaulay's Cape on 5 October 2016; and entrance and exit of Woolloomooloo Gate at Woolmolulu Gate Gate gate in the Royal Botanical Garden; and entrance and exit of the New Moon District; and entrance and exit of the Royal Botanical Garden; and New South Wales Museum of Art north of escent Precinct Territory Park; Figure 10 - "New South Wales Museum of Art.
It's a completely random attraction. The Territory Park is near the Royal Botanical Garden, opposite the New South Wales Museum of Art and not far from Hyde Park. It feels good here, green and full of life. Perhaps there are some activities, see a lot of foreigners running, we walk on the path, feeling a little blocked. There are still many people sitting on the lawn, feeling very freehand.
I like to take a walk in the park. The air is fresh and there are many flowers, plants and trees.
The park has some unique local vegetation, with a large grassland. No tickets are required.