Dubbo Regional Council will spend thousands of dollars to install informative signs at the Shoyoen Gardens.
The garden was a gift from Dubbo's Japanese sister city Minokamo in 2002. Council wants to make visitors to the garden are aware of the history, and the intricate details of the different aspects it contains.
The sings are expected to cost between $80,000 and $100,000.
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Shoyoen was designed in collaboration with the Minokomo Agricultural and Forestry School and a Japanese horticulturalist. It was officially opened in November 2002, 153 years after the founding of Dubbo and 13 years after the two cities became linked.
The signage has not been installed before now due to the sites ongoing development. The Adventure Playground was recently opened and the Wiradjuri Park will be established as an addition to the botanic gardens.
The precinct also includes the sensory gardens, oasis valley and carpark.