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Established in Hobart, the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens are the beautiful gardens of Tasmania that are located within the Queen’s Domain. These gardens are one of the oldest and the most popular tourist attractions of Australia. At the same time, these gardens are one of the oldest sites of Tasmania that came into existence in the year 1818. The Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens cover a large area extending up to 13.5 hectares. These gardens comprise of an extensive variety of historic plant collections as well as significant trees which are great in number. Various important conservation collections of the Tasmanian plants can also be seen here.

A wide range of vegetation and plants  at Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens :

The Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens comprise of a wide variety of vegetation as well as plants. There are around 6,500 species of plants in the gardens. Out of it, 400 species of local Tasmanian plants and trees can be seen here. These plants are beautiful and attractive. The whole area of 13.5 hectares is surrounded by greenery which makes the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens all the more beautiful and serene. Interestingly, these gardens are a home to the world’s only Subantarctic Plant House.

Activities at the beautiful gardens:

A guided tour to the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens can be taken in order to take a view of its beautiful plants and serenity. You can explore the entire range of the beautiful gardening books, tools as well as seeds. These gardens entertain exclusive Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens souvenirs, the beautiful giftware in the botanical shop, etc. Facilities like a restaurant as well as kiosk are also available. You can simply take a walk at these beautiful botanical gardens to explore the serene greenery around you. Further, activity like bird watching is also performed by the tourists as well as locals.

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