Walk down this narrow passageway and breathe in the unique and memorable scent.
Dozens of cinnamon wattle Acacia leprosa trees arch over the walkway. Delicate cascading branches adorned with feathery foliage are covered with fragrant yellow flower clusters in late January and early February.
The Acacia Passage was constructed as part of the Conservatory complex between 1919 and 1921. Cinnamon wattle Acacia leprosa has grown here since its construction.