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The Sherwood Arboretum in Sherwood, QLD: A Beautiful Place to Visit

Arboretum is a fancy word for a garden with trees. In Sherwood, there is an arboretum located on the south-western side of town. It’s so beautiful that it has been voted as the 3rd best arboretum in Queensland and one of the best in Australia! If you love nature and have never been to this area before, what are you waiting for? You don’t want to miss out on this hidden gem! The Sherwood Arboretum is a bushland oasis which was established in 1949. It covers an area of 5 acres on which over 800 trees and shrubs grow naturally. There are many fun activities at the arboretum such as bird watching, hiking, picnics and meditation walks.

The Sherwood Arboretum is best enjoyed in groups or with your family. You can bring a picnic, rent a go-kart and have an adventure together. There are plenty of places for you to explore with your friends, like the Koala Walk, the Children’s Discovery Garden, the Secret Garden, and the Sandpit. You can also bring along the kids and let them explore the Children’s Discovery Garden, the Koala Walk, and the Koalas Nesting Area. You can also rent the Falcon Aerosport Falcon Helicopter for a bird’s-eye view of the forest. You can also book a bushwalking or meditation walk with your family and friends.

The Sherwood Arboretum is so stunning that you can even capture the beautiful scenery on your phone while hiking. You can take pictures in the forest or around the lake with the stunning karri trees and native plants. The Sherwood Arboretum also has a Meditation Walk that is perfect for meditation. You can find certain areas in the forest that are especially peaceful, like by the karri trees. You can also bring your favourite music and sit in silence while enjoying the forest. See this article.

Outdoor activities can be stressful, especially if you are trying to finish them quickly to get home and relax. If you are stressed about work or school, you can try to visit the Sherwood Arboretum. It will help you relax, get your bearings, and re-center yourself. You can relax by the lake, in the forest, or by the Meditation Walk. You can also bring a picnic and relax on the grassy area. The arboretum is also a great place to go if you need to unwind after experiencing a stressful situation. When you visit the Sherwood Arboretum, you can get away from the city and experience nature. You can put your phone away and just focus on enjoying the sounds of birds and the breeze in the forest. Check this out.

The Sherwood Arboretum is also an eco-friendly destination. It’s run by the Sherwood District Environment Centre and has many programs to help conserve trees and the environment. If you are interested in protecting the environment, you should come visit. Besides growing trees, the centre also runs programs like the “Treetops Trail”, which helps preserve the native tree fauna. The centre also has a conservation centre that teaches visitors about the environment and the animals that live in the arboretum. You can also learn about native plants and trees. The Sherwood Arboretum is a great place to visit if you love nature, plants, animals, and conservation. Not only is it beautiful, but it is also an eco-friendly place.

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Start: Sherwood Arboretum

87 Jolimont St, Sherwood QLD 4075, Australia

Take Honour Ave to Coonan St/The Walter Tailor Bridge/State Route 20 in Chelmer

6 min (3.5 km)

Head east on Jolimont St toward Turner St

300 m

Turn left onto Dewar Terrace

450 m

Turn right onto Marlborough St

99 m

Turn left onto Honour Ave

2.7 km

Follow State Route 20, State Route 33 and M3 to William St in Brisbane City. Take the Elizabeth St exit from M3

13 min (7.8 km)

Continue onto Coonan St/The Walter Tailor Bridge/State Route 20

 Continue to follow Coonan St/State Route 20

1.2 km

Use the right 2 lanes to turn slightly right onto State Route 20

53 m

Use any lane to turn right onto Moggill Rd/State Route 20/State Route 33

 Continue to follow State Route 33

2.3 km

Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto Benson St/Coronation Dr/State Route 33

 Continue to follow Coronation Dr/State Route 33

2.7 km

Continue onto Coronation Dr/M3 (signs for S Brisbane)

600 m

Keep right to stay on M3

550 m

Use the right lane to take the Elizabeth St exit

350 m

Take George St to Adelaide St

3 min (550 m)

Use the left lane to turn right onto William St

8 m

Use the left lane to turn left at the 1st cross street onto Elizabeth St

94 m

Turn left onto George St

230 m

Turn right onto Adelaide St

210 m

End: Museum of Brisbane

Level 3, Brisbane City Hall, 64 Adelaide St, Brisbane City QLD 4000, Australia

Embedded Driving Directions From BG ELECTRICAL & AIR CON  To This POI

Written Driving Directions From BG ELECTRICAL & AIR CON  To This POI

Start: BG ELECTRICAL & AIR CON

17/500 Seventeen Mile Rocks Rd, Seventeen Mile Rocks QLD 4073, Australia

Head north

3 s (29 m)

Follow Seventeen Mile Rocks Rd to Ardoyne Rd in Oxley

4 min (2.8 km)

At the roundabout, take the 4th exit onto Seventeen Mile Rocks Rd

 Go through 1 roundabout

1.3 km

Continue onto Seventee Mile Rocks Rd

96 m

Continue onto Seventeen Mile Rocks Rd

350 m

At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit and stay on Seventeen Mile Rocks Rd

 Go through 1 roundabout

1.1 km

Continue on Ardoyne Rd. Take Morcom Ave, Keble St and Dewar Terrace to Jolimont St in Sherwood

6 min (3.0 km)

Turn left onto Ardoyne Rd

600 m

Turn right onto Cliveden Ave

170 m

Turn left onto Morcom Ave

300 m

Turn left onto Keble St

170 m

Turn left to stay on Keble St

220 m

Turn left onto Consort St

39 m

Turn right onto Grace St

270 m

Turn left onto Spencer St

88 m

Turn right onto Dewar Terrace

800 m

Turn left onto Jolimont St

 Destination will be on the right

300 m

End: Sherwood Arboretum

87 Jolimont St, Sherwood QLD 4075, Australia

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