The Southern Highlands Botanic Gardens has become a showcase of spring blooms.
The gardens collection of daffodils are a particular visual treat for visitors at the moment.
The collection of daffodil bulbs planted on the grounds of the gardens is based on the work of local hybridiser, Tony Davis.
They can currently be seen in various garden beds across the botanic gardens located on the corner of Old South and Kangaloon Roads, Bowral.
The gardens are a great place to soak up the great outdoors with picnic benches, an all abilities playground and several other attractions. They are open seven days from 9am to 5pm.
The Botanic Gardens' nursery, also located on the site, is opened 9am to 3pm on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday of each week, weather permitting.
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