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The Australian Botanic Garden Mount Annan is a 416-hectare (1,028-acre) botanic garden located in a hilly area of the south-western Sydney suburb of Mount Annan, between Campbelltown and Camden, New South Wales.
It is the largest botanic garden in Australia, specialising in native plants, with a collection of 34623 plants and 3306 different taxa. The Garden consists of 30ha of cultivated displays in a native bushland setting. It is the Australian plant garden of the Botanic Gardens of Sydney.
The Garden has a range of picnic areas and over 20 kilometres (12 mi) of walking tracks and is home to the Australian PlantBank and National Herbarium of New South Wales – a centre of excellence in plant science.

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