The Australian Inland Botanic Garden are located in the New South Wales town of Mourquong, just across the Murray River from Mildura. The Garden was opened in 1991 on 49 hectares (120 acres) of land and has grown to over 150 hectares including reservation areas for future development.

The flora in the gardens includes over 20 000 of a wide variety of Australian and exotic species, and a rose garden featuring over 1600 colour co-ordinated bushes.

The Garden offers a tractor-train tour through the gardens every Saturday at 11 am or by appointment. The Garnpang Homestead (visitors centre) and coffee shop are open daily.

The Australian Inland Botanic Garden is open weekdays 8 am – 4 pm and weekends 10 am – 4 pm (closed 25 December and when temperatures are 39°C and above). Admission is free.

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