BOTANIC GARDEN ON BRUNY ISLAND, TASMANIA
The Inala Jurassic Garden is an educational facility highlighting the connections of over 750 species from 50 plant families whose ancient ancestors thrived before the ancient Gondwanan Supercontinent split to form the southern land-masses that we now know as Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, South America and New Caledonia.
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SCIENCE & CONSERVATION
Conserving plant diversity is our primary focus.
Learn about our projects here.
Going Places With Ernie Dingo
National Living Treasure Ernie Dingo and his film crew visited the Inala Jurassic Garden. Check out the Bruny Island episode here.
Tino and the Gardening Australia film crew visited to feature our Gondwana Garden on the show. Check it out here.
to propagate and grow ex-situ specimens of the critically endangered Mulanje Cedar, Widdringtonia whytei from Malawi, Africa.
Learn more here.
Improve Inala Jurassic Garden (IJG) professional standards to gain BGCI Botanic Garden Accreditation
thereby fostering partnerships and collaboration between IJC and other botanic gardens and institutes worldwide to further the objectives of the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation.
Learn more here.
The Inala Jurassic Garden is set within the 1,500 acre Inala Nature Reserve.
Your visit helps contribute towards conservation projects and wildlife care via the Inala Foundation.
Specialised nature tours with expert guides on Bruny, Tasmania, Australia and international. Learn more here.
Staying in one of our cottages provides access to the renowned private nature reserve, pardalote viewing platform, bird hides and the Inala Jurassic Garden. Learn more here.
Breaking news! Inala Jurassic Garden is one of 33 institutions worldwide and the only institution to receive funding for two separate grants for BGCI projects in 2022
Journey through five acres of plants from the Gondwana Supercontinent
with connections to ancient fossils in the nature museum
Pop into our visitor centre on South Bruny. Entry gives you access to the garden and a detailed map along with included access to the nature museum.
Learn more about visiting the jurassic garden here.