Brisbane City Council’s Sherwood Arboretum features one of Brisbane's best collections of Australian native trees. This spatial dataset includes detailed profiles on over 1,000 trees and shrubs from over 250 species located at Sherwood Arboretum.
Sherwood Arboretum (a collection of trees) is part of the Brisbane Botanic Gardens collection. This heritage-listed site was established for Australian native trees and officially opened on World Forestry Day on 21 March 1925. Find out more about the history of Sherwood Arboretum on the Brisbane City Council website
Covering an area of 15 hectares the site features several botanic collections including riverine, dry rainforest, dry sclerophyll, fig avenue, freshwater wetlands, and the main attraction being a grand avenue of 72 kauri pines. Find out more about the botanic collections in Sherwood Arboretum on the Brisbane City Council website
Sherwood Arboretum is located at 87 Jolimont Street, Sherwood. The park is approximately 20 minutes from Brisbane City by car. Find out about getting to Sherwood Arboretum on the Brisbane City Council website
This dataset utilises Brisbane City Council's Open Spatial Data website to provide additional features for viewing and downloading the data.
The first resource is in HTML format. The GO TO button will launch our Open Spatial Data website and this will let you preview the data and enable additional download options. The resources labelled GeoJSON, KML and SHP will give you a download of the entire dataset. The ArcGIS GeoServices REST API resource connects to metadata for the layer while the CSV resource will download attribute data in a table.