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Living Collections

Collection demonstrating Gondwanan Distribution 

This living collection highlights the Gondwanan connections of a range of living plant families and demonstrates how these species have evolved in isolation on the contemporary southern landmasses since their separation from Gondwana in the Jurassic period. 

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Noah’s Ark Conservation Collection 

This living collection includes in situ and ex situ botanical specimens of species that are threatened in the wild due to climate change and impact on the natural environment. Find out more about our Noah’s Ark projects.

 

Explore the Jurassic Garden on Bruny Island

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Keep up to date with the latest news about the Inala Jurassic Garden on Bruny Island in Tasmania.

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Tonia and Bori planting the garden
Tonia and Bori planting the garden

About the Jurassic Garden

The Jurassic Garden on Bruny Island is located on Inala's 1500-acre conservation covenanted nature reserve, where flora with Gondwanan origins can be found.

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Jurassic Garden entrance - Brad Moriarty

Visit Bruny Island's Inala Jurassic Garden

Explore Bruny Island's Inala Jurassic Garden and discover 750 species of plants that have ancient connections to Gondwana.

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Widdringtonia schwarzii seedlings
Widdringtonia schwarzii seedlings

Conservation

Conserving endangered plant species is an important part of what we do in the Jurassic Garden. Find out more about our Noah's Ark conservation projects.

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Inala Nature Museum - Brad Moriarty

Nature Museum

Visit us on Bruny Island and discover collections of fossils, sea shells and gemstones while learning more about the story of Gondwana.

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Volunteers at work in the Garden

Support the Jurassic Garden

Our team of dedicated volunteers and gardening enthusiasts help us keep the flourishing Jurassic Garden looking gorgeous throughout the year.

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Ginkgo biloba
Cordyline and Ginkgo biloba - Brad Moriarty

Inala Jurassic Garden

Discover the Jurassic Garden on Bruny Island in Tasmania, highlighting the Gondwanan connections of over 750 species from 50 plant families.

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