The main entrance. It's a bit off putting being so plain.
It starts off like most botanic gardens but soon you realize the vegetation is tropical.
There is a lake fed by a small stream / canal affair.
A couple of pandanus pines.
The garden designer must have been to Monet's Garden at Giverney. It's not an exact copy of the Japanese Bridge, but reminiscent.
The more I saw of this garden, the more I liked it. It was an overcast cool afternoon but it was a pleasure to stroll around.
The trunk of one of the palm trees.
Some pond scum.
Since it was a cold gloomy afternoon, I had the place to myself.
A large part of the park is accessible by the kind of dirt path you would find in one of the national parks.
You could easily think you were in a rain forest, yet it is only 200 yards to a supermarket.
The more typical garden view.
I enjoyed this set of gardens more than I expected and I'd really like to see this place again on a sunny day.