Along the trail there are seven Rejuvenation Stations where you’ll be guided through a series of short sensory exercises that will help you slow down, connect and relax.
The trail has been designed so you can experience the full range of what the Garden has to offer. Starting with the succulent and bush tucker collections, you’ll stroll through the cool canopy of the rainforest before taking time to pause in the tranquility of the creek. At the Duck Pond you’ll enjoy getting acquainted with some feathered friends before stopping to smell the roses.
You can complete all the exercises for a deeper experience or just your favourites for a quick refresh and restore.
Visit the Wollongong Botanic Garden website for more details.
Driving: When travelling from the north or south take the M1 Princes Motorway, take the Keiraville exit and follow the signs to the Wollongong Botanic Garden.
Parking: Main car park (2 hour limit) is located at 40 Murphys Avenue, Keiraville. On weekends, you can also park at 29 Madoline Street, Keiraville (unlimited). Note this car park is not available on weekdays.
Public Transport: There is a free Gong Shuttle Bus Service to the Botanic Garden with links to the City Centre, beach, University, Innovation Campus and Fairy Meadow. The closest train station is North Wollongong (visit Transport NSW).
Cycling: Bike racks are available at the Murphys Avenue entry. Bicycles cannot be ridden in the Garden.
Wheelchair and pram access: The best entry for wheelchair and pram access is via Murphys Avenue. Accessible parking is available near this entrance. Accessible toilets and a baby change table also available.