Tasmanian Bushland Garden
The Tasmanian Bushland Garden is a 22ha Regional Botanic Garden and bushland reserve located beside the Tasman Highway 5km west of Buckland, approximately one hour’s drive from Hobart. It features the indigenous plants of South-East Tasmania, and is owned and managed by a volunteer group. The gardens were opened in 2010, after 10 years of development. Entry to the gardens is free, and the gates are open during daylight hours every day except Xmas Day. Display Gardens with interpretive signage cover about 1ha, and
include picnic facilities, public toilets and an electric barbecue. A landscaped quarry with a waterfall, frog pond and a series of sculptures is another focal point. The natural bushland has walking tracks, a scenic lookout, and plentiful bird life.