Bush Tucker Garden
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07 4741 3429
1300 576 665
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Situated on the banks of award winning Lake Fred Tritton this garden is a joint project involving the Richmond Shire Council as well as the local indigenous and non-indigenous community and the dedication of the CDEP workers.
All plants are native to the region and are labelled with their traditional purposes, helping to promote the educational aspects of indigenous culture.
The garden's waterfall represents the birthplace of Richmond's water flowing from the basalt country to the white gravel. Gidgee stones and moonrocks complete the gardens.
Children are welcome.
There is access for guests with a disability.
Yes. Pets are allowed.
How To Get There:
The main entrance is from the Lake Fred Tritton pathway or for guests staying at the Lakeview Caravan Park there is an entrance leading from the park.
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