Australians wowed by Mount Annan Australian Botanical Gardens pink paper daisy fields near Sydney


The Ultimate Spring Escape: Australians flock to these stunning pink daisy fields just outside a big city – but you’d better be quick

  • Australians rush to see a spectacular field of paper daisies that have just blossomed
  • The daisies are located in the Australian Botanical Gardens at Mount Annan, near Sydney
  • More than a million Western Australian paper pedestals on almost 2000 square meters
  • Their flowering marks the beginning of spring and attracts thousands of visitors

Nature lovers rush to see a colorful display of paper daisies, in full bloom now that spring has arrived.

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The floral spectacle can be found at the Australian Botanical Gardens in Mount Annan, a suburb of Sydney just 50 minutes from the city.

A sea of ​​more than a million Western Australian paper daisies covers almost 2,000 square meters of the venue’s Connections Garden in pink, purple, white and yellow.

Sydneysiders flock to a spectacular botanical garden to see an incredibly colorful display of paper daisies, ready to bloom for the start of spring

Sydneysiders flock to a spectacular botanical garden to see an incredibly colorful display of paper daisies, ready to bloom for the start of spring

The floral spectacle can be found at the Australian Botanical Gardens in Mount Annan, a suburb of Sydney just 50 minutes from the city.

Paper daisies are native to Western Australia and are rarely seen outside of the state, but are one of the Botanic Gardens' most popular attractions

The floral spectacle can be found at the Australian Botanical Gardens in Mount Annan, a suburb of Sydney just 50 minutes from the city

Paper daisies are native to Western Australia and are rarely seen outside of the state, but are one of the Botanic Gardens’ most popular attractions.

The seeds are planted in the gardens in May and carefully tended over the following months, their flowering marking the beginning of spring.

Thousands of Sydney locals and tourists flock to the Botanic Gardens each year to see the spectacular daisy field and snap vivid snaps that flood social media.

The seeds are planted in the gardens in May and carefully tended over the following months, their flowering marking the beginning of spring

The seeds are planted in the gardens in May and carefully tended over the following months, their flowering marking the beginning of spring

Paper daisies bloom from September to late October or November, so hurry if you want to experience their magic

Paper daisies bloom from September to late October or November, so hurry if you want to experience their magic

Visitors will enjoy a feast for the senses as a kaleidoscope of colour, sounds of buzzing bees and floral scents fill the enchanting space.

Paper daisies bloom from September to around the end of October, so hurry if you want to experience their magic.

Mount Annan’s Australian Botanical Garden is also home to a number of native plant gardens, dreamy picnic spots, wildlife, and walking and cycling trails.

The garden is open every day of the year from 8am to 5pm and entry is completely free.



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