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Australia

If you are a discerning traveller, with a curious mind, looking for a unique travel experience, then you will enjoy Botanica’s wonderful collection of Australian small group land journeys.

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Overview

Enter Botanica’s own backyard and discover a world of diverse natural and created gardens. Choose from a range of short breaks that include iconic attractions and gourmet experiences in our unique capital cities and charming regional towns.

  • Visit Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show
     
  • Explore private gardens, many exclusive to Botanica
     
  • Enjoy learning about the gardens from your Botanical Guide
     
  • Indulge in special meals and tasting experiences
     
  • Travel through beautiful landscapes and enjoy natures garden
     
  • Enjoy art, music and cultural experiences
     

Destinations

Explore Victorian homesteads, beautiful private gardens and stately mansions, combined with the spectacular scenery of the Grampians, Coonawarra and the Great Ocean Road. Visit Wiltshire Garden, where Botanica's Founder, Judy Vanrenen found her inspiration to begin Botanica.
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For almost 70 years, the Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers has been celebrating the colourful blooms grown by its green-thumbed locals. Visitors from all over Australia converge on the charming Queensland country town's yearly gardening spectacular that includes live music, food, wine and entertainment.
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Floriade blooms in Canberra each spring, transforming Commonwealth Park into a rich tapestry of colour. Take in the delights of the Southern highlands gardens, the Bowral Tulip Festival as well as the private gardens of the Monaro and the majesty of the Blue Mountains.
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Let Botanica take you to South Australia's famous grape growing regions, the Barossa Valley and the Clare Valley, as well as the gardens and attractions of the Adelaide Hills. 
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Tasmania has a reputation for fine cuisine and first-class produce. Its fertile soils and clean waterways provide the perfect recipe for fresh ingredients. Throughout your tour we'll make sure you experience the very best the 'Apple Isle' has to offer, including outstanding sauces, oysters and wines. You'll enjoy the opportunity to sample Tasmanian delicacies, all the while taking in many of the regional historical, cultural and natural attractions.
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With a population of less than 2,000 people, this relaxed island has a mild subtropical climate and 174 native plant species, of which 51 are endemic. See rare and endangers plants on this wee-long cultural and botanical discovery.
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Would not hesitate to recommend Botanica and we are already looking into our next adventure.