The Chinese Garden of Friendship, designed in 1988 by landscape architects and gardeners from Sydney’s sister city, Guangzhou, follows the Taoist principles of ‘ Yin-Yang ‘ – the balance of opposing yet complementary forces – and ‘ Wu-Xing ‘ – the harmonious five elements of wood, fire, earth, metal and water.
The Chinese Garden of Friendship is settled at the south of Sydney Darling harbor and a short stroll from Chinatown. Entering the nursery resembles strolling in reverse in time into the calm isolation of antiquated Chinese design and it’s association with nature. The nursery joins the components of water, plants, stone and engineering.
Running water, transcending willow trees, cool tidal ponds with lotus plants and huge beautiful fish all make this Chinese Garden to energize your batteries. It truly is something uncommon. The nursery highlights cascades, lakes, structures, models and nearby natural life, for example, the water mythical beast, koi carp and a few types of winged animals.
Free open projects and different occasions, including school occasion programs, are offered consistently.
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