The royal botanic gardens are located between Hyde park and the Sydney Opera House. Inside the gardens, which were founded by Governor Macquarie in 1816, are a large number of plant and tree species. Colonies of fruit bats and sulphur crested cockatoos live on the trees in the gardens.

01 Angel trumpet flower 02 Bird and red flowers 03 Bird and red flowers 04 Tree with fruit bats 05 Tree with flying foxes bats
06 Tree 07 Sulphur crested cockatoos 08 Sulphur crested cockatoos 09 Sulphur crested cockatoos and tourist
10 Sulphur crested cockatoo
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