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Opened in 1965, the Western Australian Botanic Garden features a scientific collection mainly of Western Australian plants displayed en masse or as individual specimens in an inspiring landscape.
The Botanic Garden is unique from those around the world by maintaining its focus on local flora, primarily because of the extraordinary diversity of Western Australian wildflowers found nowhere else on earth.
About 3,000 of Western Australia’s 12,000 species of plants are displayed, with major gardens concentrating on regional floras of great species richness and beauty.
The magnificent landscaped gardens and parkland lawns of the Botanic Garden are a favourite for weddings, quiet picnics, resting in the sun, or attending outdoor music and drama events in summer.