There are a lot of flowers and trees in the botanical garden. There are many flowers that are not named ∠※, as if they were in a garden. There are many tourists, most of whom come here for a walk just like us.
Wellington Botanic Garden is the largest botanical garden in New Zealand. It has a very large area and planted many rare plants from all over the world. Although it is located in the cold zone, you can see many tropical plants in the greenhouse, and the spring and summer flowers here are very beautiful.
The cleanest most beatiful park and Gardens I have seen. Do take the cable car up or down for a great experience.
Wellington Botanic Garden is next to the Overseas Chinese Center. The Botanical Garden has a sense of hierarchy. The color of the sea seen from above is particularly beautiful. It is not beautiful. If you finally saw the legendary Jacaranda in the Botanical Garden, it must be beautiful.
Great place to stroll and relax, suitable for all ages.
New Zealand's Wellington Botanic Garden (WELLINGTONBOTANIC GARDEN) is located in the city center, covering an area of 25 hectares, free of tickets, and many entrances and exits. The best route is to take a cable car from LambtonQuay in the city center to the top of the mountain and enter the park on foot. Wellington Botanic Garden is very original ecology. Visiting the Botanical Garden is like walking into a natural scenic spot, with dense and tall plants such as virgin forests, low bushes, creeping plants and ubiquitous moss. The trails are guided by tile paintings. Stroll along the winding trails along the mountain road, breathe fresh air surrounded by green plants, hear the sound of birds and mountain streams, sometimes stop to look at the distant view of the city or the vast sea, and rest in the observation deck when tired. There is a botanical garden map at the entrance, which introduces several trails and marks the distance and which exit. Along the trail attractions, visitors only need to walk along the underground tile paintings, which is very convenient. The greenhouse is standard equipment for the Botanical Garden, and the indoor part of the Wellington Botanic Garden is relatively simple. Five years ago, it was the early autumn season. I saw plants growing in the air (LIVE ON AIR) for the first time there, some hanging on shelves and some climbing on other plants, very strange. The information center is called TREEHOUSE. There is a wood sculpture called BEELADY at the door. It is a work of a female artist. The material comes from a eucalyptus tree that broke in the storm in the Blue Mountains of Sydney. There is also a children’s room next to it.
Wellington has two botanical gardens. This is an older one. It has a large area with exotic flowers and weeds from all over the world, and three large greenhouses. The flowers bloom in all seasons and the scenery is very beautiful. It is a place you must not miss when you come to Wellington.
Preston_Dominguez: 101 Glenmore St, Kelburn, Wellington 6012, New Zealand
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Otari-Wilton's Bush,Museum of New Zealand (Te Papa Tongarewa),Carter Observatory,New Zealand Parliament,Wellington Botanic Gardens