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Brisbane Botanic Gardens: Japanese Garden
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The Japanese Garden in the Brisbane Botanic Garden was originally in the Japanese Pavilion at the World Expo '88, which was held in the Brisbane South Bank. It was relocated to the Brisbane Botanic Garden after the expo finished.

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