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Getting Here

The Australian Botanic Garden is located in the suburb of Mount Annan (between Campbelltown and Camden), which is 57 km south-west of the Sydney CBD and about a 45 minute drive. 

From the east
  • Follow the M5 motorway towards Campbelltown/Canberra
  • Take the Narellan Road exit  
  • Take the right fork towards Camden/Narellan along Narellan Road
  • Continue along Narellan Road and turn left at second set of traffic lights where the brown tourism sign says The Australian Botanic Garden.

From the west 
  • Follow The Northern Road on to Narellan Road at Narellan
  • Continue along Narellan Rd and turn right at traffic lights indicated by the brown tourist sign The Australian Botanic Garden.
Public Transport
Take the T8 Airport line train from the city toward Campbelltown and Macarthur Stations, then buses run between Campbelltown Station and Camden via Mount Annan. The nearest bus stop to the Garden is on Narellan Road outside the Garden, opposite Kenny Hill Road. Contact Busabout for information on 02 4631 4200. Please note it is a 2km walk from the bus stop on Narellan Road to the Visitor Centre.

Visit TransportNSW to plan your trip.
Zoned parking areas and road regulations are enforced in the Garden. The roads within the Garden are public roads and therefore all normal traffic regulations apply.

Infringement notices will be issued to vehicles parked illegally in no stopping, accessible parking and bus zones within the Garden. This is to control traffic in certain areas and to alleviate the congestion, safety and access issues.

It is our top priority for visitors to have the most enjoyable and safe experience while at the Garden. Thank you for your cooperation.