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Place Category: Attractions & Things to do, Mini Golf, Walks and Picnic Spots, School Holidays, and Attractions

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    A Visit to the Wanneroo Botanic Gardens and a game of Mini Golf really is a magical day out for families. Explore the colourful flower displays, rockeries and waterfalls whilst the kids do battle over 36 holes of Mini Golf fun! This December don’t miss seeing the stunning fairy light display as the Wanneroo Botanic Gardens celebrate The Magic of Christmas, their inaugural festive event. 5km worth of lighting made up of almost 100,000 twinkling bulbs highlight the stunning palms, pine trees and exquisite walking trails throughout the Gardens. ‘Tis the season to create family memories; make The Wanneroo Botanic Gardens a part of your tradition. Visit wanneroobotanicgardens.com.au for online tickets, discounted combos and more information.

    If you have not taken the kids out for a trip to the Wanneroo Botanic Gardens for a while, it is an awesome spot to visit these school holidays. 36-holes of Mini Golf that is great fun for all ages, and the gardens themselves are just stunning. For ticketing info our to buy online click the link: https://bit.ly/2wxJAoK

    Located just 30 minutes North of the Perth CBD is the magical Wanneroo Botanic Gardens. A kaleidoscope of colours, sights and sounds that will overwhelm your senses. Walk amongst the dappled shade of the trees, explore the many flower displays, rockeries and waterfalls.

    The relaxed self-guided tour is the perfect way to discover one of the largest and most historic privately owned gardens in Western Australia. Before or after your tour, enjoy a delicious coffee or tea with a freshly baked scone, served with locally sourced jam and cream from our onsite restaurant Leapfrogs.


    Mini Golf at Wanneroo Botanic Gardens

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  • Address
    Address: 25 Drovers Pl
    Western Australia