Victoria Butterfly Gardens offers a unique opportunity for people of all ages to experience the beauty and curiosity of a tropical jungle up close. As you wander through, we want you to meet our family. With surprises at every turn, you’ll encounter poison dart frogs, tortoises, large iguanas, flamingos, tropical ducks, free flying tropical birds and more. We house a large variety of tropical fish swimming in our serene pond and stream circulated by a stunning waterfall. Thousands of tropical butterflies (up to 70 species) fly through our large facilities the size of almost 3 basketball courts. Stroll through and marvel at our lush gardens including tropical flowers, carnivorous plants and fruits of the world.
Meet some of the creatures and gardens species
*please note that we are not currently accepting parrot donations.
Get a sneak peek of our jungle
09 - Caterpillar Corner Look closely and you will be able to get a close up view of our various species of caterpillars.
10 - Feeding Butterflies We've put out a buffet of some of our butterfly's favourite foods.
11 - Epiphytes An epiphyte is a plant that grows on another plant or tree for support and position but does not take any nutrients from their host.
12 - Butterfly Alley Watch as butterflies feed on various nectar plants and fruit trays.
13 - Turtle Log This log that you see is placed in our pond as a basking area for turtles and ducks.
14 - Community Corner Make a wish for the community! All proceeds donated to rotating local charities.
15 - Pink Chenille Plant This exotic tropical plant is native to Malaysia. The only butterfly that feeds on this plant in the White Tree Nymph Butterfly.
16 - Conure Cove This is where you will see a variety of our conures eating, napping, grooming and playing.
01 - Emerging Window We import 60 species of butterflies and every week we release 600-1,200 butterflies.
02 - Vanilla Orchid Vanilla is an orchid and is the second most expensive spice on the planet. The orchid only flowers for about three hours in the morning, during which it needs to be hand pollinated.
03 - Red-footed Tortoises These medium-sized tortoises are from South America and generally average 30 cm as adults, but can reach over 40 cm.
04 - Shadow Shadow is a Blue and Gold Macaw and is our largest parrot.
05 - Flamingo Pond These two amazing birds are Caribbean Flamingos.
06 - Jewels of the Rainforest In this display you can view various species of poison dart frogs.
07 - Atlas Moths The Atlas is the largest moth in the world and only live 3-5 days as adults.
08 - Carnivorous Plants Bugs beware of the pitcher plant. They trick, trap and eat many living creatures.