The Aussie and I live so close, about 10 minutes away, from Mount Coot Tha and the Botanical Gardens and we have lived in Brisbane since June 2017 so it really was about time that we visited the Gardens!
We have both been working long hours including during the weekends so we set aside our Sunday so we could spend some lovely time together and also explore the gardens.
The gardens themselves are 56 hectares in size and we only touched the surface but it is such a lovely and tranquil space to have a wander, take a seat in a shady spot and watch the world go by.
There are lots of different areas including Lagoons, a Rainforest Walk, a Bonsai Garden and a Japanese Garden as well as some longer walking tracks.
There was also plenty of wildlife around the gardens including lizards, ducks and a LOT of spiders!!! The spiders webs were everywhere including between the plants that is an absolute nightmare for me!
We took a walk around the outside of the Gardens which was lovely albeit it a bit warm as the sun was blazing. Luckily there are plenty of shady spots under trees or a shade cloth if you need to escape the sunshine.
I really enjoyed our time, especially the Greenhouse area and also spending some time sitting in the Japanese Garden.
I look forward to getting back there again soon to explore some more.
[…] (Bottom Right) The Aussie and I paid a visit to the Botanic Gardens at Mount Coot Tha finally and you can read more about it here. […]