The Australian Garden at Mount Annan is the largest garden in Australia. Sporting over 4000 different species of Australian Native Plants and over 160 different species of bird life.
The Wattle Garden
Wallabies , Wallaroos and Kangaroos have also made this garden their home.
This magnificent large garden has been running since 1988 and covers 416 hectares. It is located between Campbelltown and Camden in Sydneys south – west.
Large planters filled with bright and colourful native flowers provide focal points throughout the gardens.
Yellow Daisies brighten up a cold Winters day while butterflies can be seen flitting from flower to flower.
The gardens sport over 20 kilometres of walking tracks, and are popular with bike riders, walkers and bird watchers, as well as Photographers. There are many picnic areas with toilets, whilst a cafe at the heart of the gardens provides a wonderful array of meals to choose from.
The Gardens are open all year round. At the cafe you can sit outside or inside. Reservations can be made at the cafe if you wish to make sure you get a table inside, as it is very popular for group gatherings and functions.