Wagga Wagga Botanic Gardens, Australia are located in the Wagga Wagga suburb of Turvey Park on a 20 hectare site on the south western slopes of Willans Hill Reserve. Access to the gardens is via Macleay Street near the corner of Lord Baden Powell Drive. As well as many different types of garden, the Botanic Gardens are home to a music bowl, a small zoo with a walk through aviary, a tree chapel, Willans Hill Model Railway and a camellia garden.
The gardens were established in 1969 and occupy 8.9 hectares. The camellia garden was established as a bicentennial project. Located in the camelia garden is a magnificently decorated traditional Chinese pavilion, a bicentennial gift from Kunming, China, one of Wagga Wagga's sister cities.