Hobart Botanical Gardens are the second oldest botanical gardens in Australia, built in 1818The size of the Hobart Botanical Gardens is 14 hectares .  
Inverawe Native Gardens is planted with only Australian natives and is set in 9.5 hectares of sloping land over-looking the Derwent River, south of Hobart
Whychwood Garden just flowed seamlessly from one area to another and then down to the river which looked every part of the garden
Lucindale Garden. The 60 year old poplars dominated the scene.  I donít think I have ever seen a garden that looked so comfortable in its natural surroundings as this garden.

Crawliewood Gardens is in a valley and was very moist as the rocks bordering the garden were covered in moss and maples grew like weeds
Strathmore Homestead The gardens were non-existent when the owner bought the property so she set out to design and create the gardens from scratch. 
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