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Royal Botanic Gardens - Sydney, NSW, Australia
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Cheapest month:October
Most expensive month:March
Average price in Royal Botanic Gardens:₹ 10,438/night
Cheapest price found:₹ 4,935/night
Cheapest day:Thursday
Most expensive day:Thursday
₹ 4,935 - ₹ 15,942
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
₹ 4,935 - ₹ 4,935
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

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Metro Apartments on Darling Harbour - Sydney
Metro Apartments on Darling Harbour - Sydney
7.8 Good
Sydney, NSW, Australia
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1.1 km from city centre, Sydney, NSW, Australia 

Situated a short stroll from The Star MLR Station, Metro Apartments On Darling Harbour provides guests with an ideal base while in Sydney. This property is set in the heart of the city.

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Travelodge Hotel Sydney Martin Place
Travelodge Hotel Sydney Martin Place
8.3 Excellent
165 Phillip Street, Sydney, NSW, Australia
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1.1 km from city centre, Sydney, NSW, Australia 

Located a short walk from Wynyard Railway Station, Travelodge Hotel Sydney Martin Place is a convenient base when visiting Sydney. It is conveniently situated in the city centre.

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Capitol Square Hotel Sydney
Capitol Square Hotel Sydney
8.0 Excellent
3 Campbell Street, Sydney, NSW, Australia
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0.2 km from city centre, Sydney, NSW, Australia 

Capitol Square Hotel Sydney is set in Sydney and is within a 10-minute walk of Central Railway Station. It is conveniently located for those wishing to visit local attractions.

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The Russell Hotel
The Russell Hotel
9.6 Excellent
143a George Street, Sydney, NSW, Australia
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1.9 km from city centre, Sydney, NSW, Australia 

Boasting a rooftop terrace, The Russell Hotel is located in Sydney and offers comfortable accommodation. It has free Wi-Fi, a bar and is close to The Rocks.

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Park Hyatt Sydney
Park Hyatt Sydney
9.1 Excellent
7 Hickson Road, Sydney, NSW, Australia
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2.4 km from city centre, Sydney, NSW, Australia 

Park Hyatt Sydney provides a contemporary setting while in Sydney. It also features a Jacuzzi, a sauna and an outdoor pool and unique views of the Sydney Opera House.

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Regents Court Apartments Sydney
Regents Court Apartments Sydney
8.5 Excellent
Sydney, NSW, Australia
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1.6 km from city centre, Sydney, NSW, Australia 

Regents Court Sydney is set in Sydney and is close to nearby attractions, such as Boomerang, Elizabeth Bay. It also offers complimentary wireless internet and is within a five-minute stroll of Kings Cross.

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Fraser Suites Sydney
Fraser Suites Sydney
8.5 Excellent
488 Kent Street, Sydney, NSW, Australia
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0.4 km from city centre, Sydney, NSW, Australia 

Fraser Suites Sydney is situated in the city's well known tourism and shopping district. It showcases views of Sydney and is a brief walk from George Street.

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The Pod Sydney
The Pod Sydney
9.1 Excellent
Level 6, 396 Pitt Street, Sydney, NSW, Australia
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0.1 km from city centre, Sydney, NSW, Australia 

Situated under a 10-minute walk from Central Railway Station, The Pod Sydney offers guests a convenient base while visiting Sydney. Guests can also enjoy complimentary internet access.

Cheapest hotels near Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney CBD

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Maze Backpackers
Maze Backpackers
7.6 Good
417 Pitt Street, Sydney, NSW, Australia
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0.1 km from city centre,  

Less than a 20-minute walk from Central Railway Station, Maze Backpackers - Sydney offers guests a convenient base when in Sydney. It is ideally positioned for guests wanting to sightsee in the area.

₹ 1,162
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Base Sydney - Hostel
Base Sydney - Hostel
7.3 Good
477 Kent Street, Sydney, NSW, Australia
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0.5 km from city centre,  

Featuring an on-site bar, this central Sydney hostel is located just a short stroll from Hyde Park and Darling Harbour. It is close to George Street, shops and nightlife options.

₹ 1,394
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Big Hostel
Big Hostel
8.1 Excellent
212 Elizabeth Street, Sydney, NSW, Australia
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0.3 km from city centre,  

Big Hostel provides a comfortable setting when in Sydney. It has complimentary wireless internet access and features a rooftop terrace with impressive city views.

₹ 1,549
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Sydney Central Inn - Hostel
Sydney Central Inn - Hostel
7.5 Good
428 Pitt Street, Sydney, NSW, Australia
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0.2 km from city centre,  

Opened in 1921, Sydney Central Inn is situated in Sydney and offers a private beach, a shared kitchen and free Wi-Fi. It is ideally positioned for guests wanting to discover the area's attractions.

₹ 1,859
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The Pod Sydney
The Pod Sydney
9.1 Excellent
Level 6, 396 Pitt Street, Sydney, NSW, Australia
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0.1 km from city centre,  

Situated under a 10-minute walk from Central Railway Station, The Pod Sydney offers guests a convenient base while visiting Sydney. Guests can also enjoy complimentary internet access.

₹ 2,401
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Jolly Swagman Backpackers
Jolly Swagman Backpackers
7.7 Good
27 Orwell Street, Sydney, NSW, Australia
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1.7 km from city centre,  

Jolly Swagman Backpackers is located amongst Sydney's well-known restaurants and eateries, just a brief stroll from Kings Cross Railway Station. It is moments from Kings Cross.

₹ 2,633
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Adina Serviced Apartments Sydney Martin Place
Adina Serviced Apartments Sydney Martin Place
7.6 Good
1 Hosking Place, Sydney, NSW, Australia
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1.2 km from city centre,  

Situated a short walk from Circular Quay Railway Station, Adina Serviced Apartments Sydney Martin Place offers guests a convenient base when visiting Sydney. This modern property is set in the heart of the city.

₹ 3,717
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Sydney Star Backpackers
Sydney Star Backpackers
3.6 Mediocre
132 Bourke Street, Sydney, NSW, Australia
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1.1 km from city centre,  

Located a short walk from Kings Cross Railway Station, Sydney Star Backpackers is a convenient base while visiting Sydney. It also provides a rooftop terrace, plus views of the city and the harbour.

₹ 3,795
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Hotel prices near Royal Botanic Gardens

3 stars
Park Regis City Centre
No. 1 most popular

Park Regis City Centre

27 Park Street, Sydney, NSW, Australia

7.3 Good
₹ 7,590

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Travelodge Hotel Sydney
No. 2 most popular

Travelodge Hotel Sydney

27 Wentworth Avenue, Sydney, NSW, Australia

7.9 Good
₹ 7,203

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Megaboom City Hotel
Best value

Megaboom City Hotel

Level 1, 93 York Street, Sydney, NSW, Australia

8.3 Excellent
₹ 4,957

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4 stars +
Amora Hotel Jamison Sydney
No. 1 most popular

Amora Hotel Jamison Sydney

11 Jamison Street, Sydney, NSW, Australia

8.6 Excellent
₹ 13,243

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Radisson Blu Hotel Sydney
No. 2 most popular

Radisson Blu Hotel Sydney

27 O'Connell Street, Sydney, NSW, Australia

9.1 Excellent
₹ 13,863

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Meriton Suites Kent Street, Sydney
Best value

Meriton Suites Kent Street, Sydney

528 Kent Street, Sydney, NSW, Australia

8.9 Excellent
₹ 9,991

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Where to stay near Royal Botanic Gardens

About Royal Botanic Gardens

Hugging Farm Cove right in the heart of Sydney Harbour, the Royal Botanic Gardens still occupy the site where they were first established more than two centuries ago by the colonial Governor, Lachlan Macquarie. Arguably the most famous horticultural attraction on the planet, the gardens have long stood as testimony to the great biodiversity of the Australasian continent. The site oozes culture and character too, revealing tales of Aboriginal history, offering a focal point for modern city life and a welcome break from the energy of downtown Sydney besides.

The Royal Botanic Gardens are nestled between the Sydney CBD and lively Rocks district of the downtown, covering 74 acres of land and four separate precincts, each with its own unique ecological character. Visitors are invited to stroll the winding paths that go from Mrs Macquarie's Point, around the huge sandstone bulwark that marks the gardens out from the waters of Port Jackson, past the green Band Lawn, through the Lower Gardens and up to the ornamental Rose Garden and adjoining pavilion. Simply walking here is a pleasure, spying out everything from curious wollemi pine trees to colourful beds of waratahs, pretty lily pads and paper daisies to name just a handful of the 67,000 specimens that are on show. Visitors interested in learning more about the biodiversity of the gardens and the region as a whole can head to the Rainforest Walk or Tropical House exhibitions, while the shady paths of Palm Grove host a café and restaurant. There are also oodles of picnic opportunities, regular local art shows, and frequent walking tours lead by horticulturists and specialists in Aboriginal history.

Travelers will find the Royal Botanic Gardens on the very edge of Sydney Harbour. The nearest parking is on Mrs Macquarie’s Road or Hospital Road, while underground parking is on offer at the adjoining Domain (all metered). Access by ferry is possible for those alighting at Circular Quay, while Martin Place is perfect for access on train and public transport.

Situated on the site of the first ever farm in Australia, these gorgeous gardens represent the oldest scientific institution in the country. Established first by Governor Macquarie, the site expanded throughout the 19th century under the patronage of Charles Moore. Soil quality was improved and the great Garden Palace was built. Although the latter burned down in 1882, it gave way to even more expansions in the post-war period, when various directors moved to include the Herb Gardens, the Threatened Species Garden, the Fernery and the on-site facilities at the Palm Grove Centre.

Royal Botanic Gardens travel FAQs

Hugging Farm Cove right in the heart of Sydney Harbour, the Royal Botanic Gardens still occupy the site where they were first established more than two centuries ago by the colonial Governor, Lachlan Macquarie. Arguably the most famous horticultural attraction on the planet, the gardens have long stood as testimony to the great biodiversity of the Australasian continent. The site oozes culture and character too, revealing tales of Aboriginal history, offering a focal point for modern city life and a welcome break from the energy of downtown Sydney besides.

The Royal Botanic Gardens are nestled between the Sydney CBD and lively Rocks district of the downtown, covering 74 acres of land and four separate precincts, each with its own unique ecological character. Visitors are invited to stroll the winding paths that go from Mrs Macquarie's Point, around the huge sandstone bulwark that marks the gardens out from the waters of Port Jackson, past the green Band Lawn, through the Lower Gardens and up to the ornamental Rose Garden and adjoining pavilion. Simply walking here is a pleasure, spying out everything from curious wollemi pine trees to colourful beds of waratahs, pretty lily pads and paper daisies to name just a handful of the 67,000 specimens that are on show. Visitors interested in learning more about the biodiversity of the gardens and the region as a whole can head to the Rainforest Walk or Tropical House exhibitions, while the shady paths of Palm Grove host a café and restaurant. There are also oodles of picnic opportunities, regular local art shows, and frequent walking tours lead by horticulturists and specialists in Aboriginal history.

Travelers will find the Royal Botanic Gardens on the very edge of Sydney Harbour. The nearest parking is on Mrs Macquarie’s Road or Hospital Road, while underground parking is on offer at the adjoining Domain (all metered). Access by ferry is possible for those alighting at Circular Quay, while Martin Place is perfect for access on train and public transport.

Situated on the site of the first ever farm in Australia, these gorgeous gardens represent the oldest scientific institution in the country. Established first by Governor Macquarie, the site expanded throughout the 19th century under the patronage of Charles Moore. Soil quality was improved and the great Garden Palace was built. Although the latter burned down in 1882, it gave way to even more expansions in the post-war period, when various directors moved to include the Herb Gardens, the Threatened Species Garden, the Fernery and the on-site facilities at the Palm Grove Centre.

  • What are the best hotels near Royal Botanic Gardens?

    Royal Botanic Gardens is home to many highly-rated hotels, one of which is Travelodge Hotel Sydney, which has a current rating of 7.9. For other potential stays, consider Radisson Blu Hotel Sydney and The Fullerton Hotel Sydney, which can also be great places to stay near Royal Botanic Gardens.