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Today, the gardens act as a conservatory for Tasmanian indigenous varieties such as King’s Lomatia and also boasts the world’s only Sub Antarctic Plant House. This displays rare plants from sub Antarctic islands such as
The RTBG builds a rapport with its visitors and the local community through a series of major and minor community events. The iconic Tulip Festival, now a 20-year-old tradition, is a two-day celebration of Spring and the Huskies’ Picnic is an animated crowd-pleaser incorporating ice-carving, husky-races and photographic exhibitions showcasing the beauty of the frozen Antarctic. The garden also hosts a summer theatre programme and special family occasions, such as weddings.
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