Description – The Japanese Garden is one of the most popular sections in the Auburn Botanic Gardens and is visited by thousands of people each year. It is a very popular setting for organised events including wedding and civil ceremonies and wedding photography.
The Japanese Garden has traditional landscaping and:
Beautiful flowering Azaleas
A large lake with central island and stocked with colourful Koi
Ryoan-ji style garden
A traditional Tea House
Tiled Moon Gate
Traditional pine trees
The Japanese Garden is at its most beautiful during the annual Cherry Blossom Festival between mid – August and early September. Cherry blossom is highly symbolic in Japanese culture representing beauty and the fragility of life.
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