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  • Writer's pictureMadeline Hill

Sydney in Spring: The Perfect Time to See These Flowers!

Updated: Sep 22, 2020

Mount Annan Paper Daisies
The Paper Daisies in The Australian Botanic Garden

Spring in Sydney is such a beautiful season! There are some definite highlights as far as blooms that occur around the city! Check out these amazing displays of flowers that only occur for short periods of time!

Cherry Blossoms at the Auburn Botanic Garden

Every year, Auburn Botanic Garden displays their beautiful Cherry Blossoms that only bloom for a short period of time at the end of August. The Auburn Botanic Garden even puts on an entire Japanese Festival included with Japanese entertainment and food. Entry tickets are $7.50 early bird, or $10 at the entrance. It does get quite busy, so it is best to arrive at opening time. The gardens open at 9 AM and close at 5 PM. Click here for more information and to purchase your ticket.

How to get there:

1. If you're coming from the city, you can take the train from Town Hall to Bankstown. From Bankstown, take the bus from the Bankstown station stand D until the Cumberland Rd at Chiswick Rd stop. From there, you can walk to the Botanic Gardens. It's about a 13 minute walk. In total, it will take an hour and fifteen minutes from the city by public transport.

2. If you have a car, you can drive to the gardens and park just nearby. It's about a 40 min drive from the center of Sydney to Auburn.

Unfortunately, for 2020, the Auburn Botanic Gardens are closed due to COVID, but looking forward to 2021

Paper Daisies at Mount Annan

Paper Daisies at Mount Annan Australian Botanic Garden
Paper Daisies at Mount Annan Australian Botanic Garden

One of the prettiest blooms is the Paper Dasies at Mount Annan! This stunning display of yellow, white, and pink flowers occurs mid September to mid October at the The Australian Botanic Garden at Mount Annan. It is completely free to visit these beautiful flowers! The best way to reach this garden is by driving. There is free parking available at the gardens.

PLEASE do not sit in the flowers! There are walkways between flower beds that give the illusion of sitting in the flowers, but it destroys the flowers when you sit in the middle of them, and also removes the pleasure of other people seeing the flowers when they look like they've been trampled on.

Click here for updates on the Mount Annan botanic garden website.

Wisteria at Muston Park

Wisteria at Muston Park. A beautiful display of spring flowers in Sydney, Australia
Wisteria at Muston Park. A beautiful display of spring flowers in Sydney, Australia

"Wisteria Histeria" is a real thing and we were lucky to experience some of it this year! At Muston Park in Chatswood, there's a stunning display of Wisteria archways that you're guaranteed to get an amazing photo at! The wisteria is in bloom during mid September to early October.

There is parking available on Eden Street.

Jacaranda Season in Kirribilli

Jacaranda blooms in Kirribilli Sydney Australia
The Jacaranda Trees are so beautiful!

When Prince wrote the hit song "Purple Rain," I'm sure this is exactly what he envisioned. Trees lining the entire neighborhood of Kirribilli that just shower down purple petals. It really is one of the most beautiful blooming seasons in central Sydney. The blooms begin late October and peak in the first two weeks of November. Kirribilli is the easiest neighborhood to get to as there is a train station at Milson's point. Once at Milson's point, walk towards MacDougal street- where the heaviest of blooms are. Please be respectful of the residents as this is a neighborhood that people live in!

Jacaranda trees in bloom in Kirribilli Sydney
It can get quite busy with people, arrive early to see these Jacaranda trees without people!

Spring time in Sydney is absolutely beautiful! If you're visiting at this time of year, make sure to check out all of these blooms! I would love to see what you get up to, so please tag me in your pics on Instagram or share with me through email!

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