The Gold Coast Regional Botanic Gardens at 232 Ashmore Rd Benowa (view in Google Maps), contain 31 hectares of established and developing gardens. The Gardens share the role of botanic gardens across Australia and the world, as a centre for education, experience, horticulture, science, enjoyment and beauty. The Gold Coast Regional Botanic Gardens offer a unique experience for everyone. They feature a garden rich with regional flora in the Mangroves to Mountains Transect. They also include a prime horticultural display area demonstrating plant species compatible with the Gold Coast region. The Mangroves to Mountains Transect and Horticulture Display Gardens demonstrate what can be achieved in residential, commercial and institutional gardens. Among other feature gardens is a bush food garden added to each year by school students on Queensland Arbor Day, a Regional Tree Families Collection and the Honeyeater Garden.

Walk through the Gardens by clicking on the buttons to view the layout of the Gold Coast Botanical Gardens