The Wollongong Botanic Garden is situated in the Wollongong suburb of Keiraville at the foot of Mount Keira in New South Wales, Australia. It is the neighborhood professional flowerbeds of the Illawarra and was set up in 1964. It was opened in September 1970. The garden is co-situated with the memorable Gleniffer Brae house, utilized for capacities and the Wollongong Conservatorium of Music. Various additions are overseen by the garden - Puckeys Estate Reserve in Fairy Meadow, the Korrongulla Wetlands in Primbee and the Mount Keira Summit Park.
The garden highlights different themed regions, including a rose garden, herb plant, forest garden, azalea bank, succulent plants and a few rainforest regions separated into Illawarra rainforest, subtropical rainforest, dry rainforest and fascinating rainforest. A rivulet goes through the garden and into a little lake. This spring joins Para Creek and keeps running into Puckeys Estate Reserve.
The azalea garden and succulent garden are both nearby attractions, and numerous visitors are seen taking photos of the blooms. Nearby college understudies consider plants here. One of the better-known attractions is the Japanese-style wooden extension over the spring. It was worked as an endowment of fellowship to symbolize the association with Wollongong's sister city in Japan, Kawasaki and reestablished in the mid-2000s. Another is the BHP wellspring at the northern passage confronting the college. Its particular shape has put it on the nearby workmanship visit.