The Tasmanian Bushland Garden is a free-entry botanical garden and nature reserve north-east of Hobart, Tasmania. It is located in a peaceful rural setting beside the Tasmanian Highway. Footpaths meander through Display Gardens and a Memorial Garden featuring the native plants of seat east Tasmania, with interpretive signage. There are also walking tracks through the 20 hectares of bushland with scenic views and abundant birdlife. Facilities include public toilets, picnic shelter, picnic tables, electric barbecue, free car and bus parking. Walking tracks lead to a grassy hill-top in the centre of the block, with extensive views, and down a pleasant valley towards Nelson Creek with imposing white gums. A rougher walking track connects these two via the valley of Nelson Creek. The gardens have been established by a group of passionate volunteers, using donations and grants, so that visitors may enjoy a break, reconnect with nature, and learn something of our wonderful native flora. The aim of the gardens is the educate people to the values of our indigenous plants, both in nature and in garden situations. The Tasmanian Bushland Garden is located near Buckland, 50 kilometres (31 miles) north-east of Hobart.