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North Coast Regional Botanic Garden

Our 20 hectare botanic garden presents a balance of planted garden beds and undisturbed natural forest and mangroves. Five kilometres of well made paths and boardwalks provide easy access to all garden sections, and there are directional signs, benches and picnic tables scattered throughout the garden. 

Take a virtual tour through the eight main garden areas using the navigation links on this page.

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The GardenĀ is one of the major regional botanic gardens on coastal New South Wales north of Sydney.
The Garden is located on the corner of Hardacre and Coff Streets, about 1km east of the Coffs Harbour central business district.The Garden Gates are open from 9am to 5pm every day of the week throughout the year. Our Glasshouse complex is not open on weekends.Entry is FREE; however, donations are very welcome and all visitor contributions go towards the improvement of our Garden. There is ample free parking directly outside the Entrance. Toilets (including wheelchair accessible disabled) are located at the Entrance and at the northern end of the Garden. A baby change table is located in the Garden Entrance toilets. We wish to advise that bicycles and domestic animals are not allowed in the Garden. 
The Friends of the North Coast Regional Botanic Garden is a non-profit organisation of volunteers that works in conjunction with the Coffs Harbour City Council to develop and maintain our wonderful botanic garden. The Friends aim: To develop and promote our Garden for the enjoyment and education of the community.We have over 200 Members, of whom about 80 volunteer their time in a range of tasks. The Friends are headed by a Committee which meets monthly. The 2016 - 2017 Executive Committee members are:President: Bron FoxVice-President: Lesley MasonSecretary: Marg MurrayTreasurer: Barbara Porteous