The sheltered, landscaped grounds of the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens hold historic plant collections and a large number of significant trees, many dating from the nineteenth century, along with a number of historic structures, including two convict-built walls.
Address: Lower Domain Road, Queen’s Domain
Highlights: Convict-built heated walls, the sub-Antarctic house and Wombat One
Building specs: Type: Various. Year Built: Wombat One received a Triennial Design Award in 1982. Architect: Wombat One was conceived, designed and financed by a group of students, under the tutelage of Rick Le Plastrier.