Cycle at Picton Botanical Gardens

Sydney, the capital city of the state of New South Wales in Australia, is one of the most developed and popular cities in the world. This urban city is known for its rich culture and exciting attractions making it a premier tourist destination. Sydney has also gained a reputation for its development in performing arts and entertainment, while also being home to cultural and recreational attractions of all kinds. Accommodation in an apartment hotel in Sydney, such as the Oaks On Castlereagh, is ideal for families and groups of travellers.
There are many parks in Sydney, but one that is known to be one of the most peaceful parks Sydney has to offer is the Picton Botanical Gardens. Established in 1986 and located on Regreme Road, the Picton Botanical Garden is a luscious garden with many species of trees, plants and flowers. The relaxing ambiance of the park has made it an attractive location for many Sydney locals who just want to spend a few hours in quiet contemplation or take a quiet stroll through the greenery.
The Picton Botanical Gardens is known for its walkway that goes through the park, passing some of the most scenic and popular areas of the park. The walkway spans a distance of 9km and is on a flat surface. Beside this walkway is a cycling path that is regarded as being a recommendable place to cycle. If you enjoy cycling and wish you cycle through a scenic garden, then cycling through Picton Botanical Gardens is just the thing for you. As you cycle you will pass through the beautiful lawns of the gardens, the rows of trees and hedges, the popular areas where families are having BBQ’s, and through the gardens’ tennis courts and oval. All in all, cycling down the Picton Botanical Gardens is a great outdoor experience that is relaxing and refreshing.

Intrigued by history, art and food, Lavinia Woolf is a writer who is passionate about the extraordinary and writes of the exhilarating and enchanting. Google+