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This page has links to other botanic gardens, their friends, and other useful websites.

Christchurch Botanic Gardens

Information on the Christchurch Botanic Gardens from the official Christchurch City Council website.


Auckland Botanic Gardens

Explore 64 hectares of beautiful gardens and native forest at the Auckland Botanic Gardens.


Friends of the Auckland Botanic Gardens

More than a group of garden lovers, the Friends form an important association of like-minded people who are committed to preserving the Auckland Botanic Gardens for future generations.


Hamilton Gardens

Waikato region's most popular visitor attraction.

Hamilton Gardens

Friends of Hamilton Gardens

An incorporated society formed in 1989. It is a voluntary organisation that exists to support developments at Hamilton Gardens.


Wellington Botanic Gardens

Overview of:

  • Wellington Botanic Garden
  • Otari-Wilton's Bush
  • Bolton Street Memorial Park
  • Truby King House and Garden.

Friends of the Wellington Botanic Garden

A site that aims to provide items of interest and assistance to all visitors and members of the Friends of the Wellington Botanic Garden.


Dunedin Botanic Garden

From the official Dunedin City Council website.


Friends of the Dunedin Botanic Garden

The Friends of the Dunedin Botanic Garden is an incorporated society formed in 1986 to provide help and support to the Dunedin Botanic Garden, which lies close to the heart of one of New Zealand's oldest cities.


Directory of Australian Botanic Gardens and Arboreta


The Association of Friends of the Botanic Gardens

The Association encourages and supports the growth of societies or associations interested in the conservation, development, well being and public appreciation of Botanic Gardens and represents the interests of Friends of Botanic Gardens throughout Australia and New Zealand.


Manaaki Whenua Landcare Research


Landcare Research

Notable Trees of New Zealand

Providing a unique record of the Notable Trees of New Zealand, including an increasing number of botanic gardens trees.


Royal New Zealand Institute of Horticulture (RNZIH)