Ancient Members (flora) - Dee Why, NSW, Australia
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member Grahame Cookie
S 33° 45.463 E 151° 17.027
56H E 341053 N 6263384
This Flora Sign is at the 'back' of the Regional Botanic Garden, on the northern beaches of Sydney.
Waymark Code: WM1092E
Location: New South Wales, Australia
Date Posted: 03/23/2019
Published By:Groundspeak Premium Member bluesnote
Views: 1

A printed metal sign stands near the Framed View, in the Stony Range Botanic Garden. It is an oasis of Australian native plants located at Dee Why in the heart of the northern beaches of Sydney. The sign has a map of the Botanic Garden, and scant details of a couple of primitive plants of Australia.


'On the high side of the track is the primitive area, where ancient plants such as, cycads, conifers and palms have been planted.
'These plants evolved millions of years ago.
'The loop track area is natural vegetation, where you will see plants such as the coral fern, wax flower and Boronia.
'An extension of the loop track leads past a mini rainforest to the main path.'

It then has a couple of drawings, of the Coral Fern, and Conifer and Nut.

Address: Stony Range Regional Botanic Garden, 810 Pitt Water Road, Dee Why, NSW, 2099, Australia
Website: (visit link)
FaceBook page: (visit link)
Opening Hours: 8am - 8pm (from their website)

Visited: 1143, Wednesday, 26 December, 2018
Visit Instructions:
Take a photo of yourself (and others) at the waymark and feel free to share any additional information or that is not contained on the sign or your experience generally.
Search for... Google Map
Google Maps
Bing Maps
Nearest Waymarks
Nearest Flora and Fauna Information Signs
Nearest Geocaches
Create a scavenger hunt using this waymark as the center point
Recent Visits/Logs:
There are no logs for this waymark yet.