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The Blue Mountains Botanic Garden, Mount Tomah

The Blue Mountains Botanic Garden, Mount Tomah

The highest botanic garden in Australia!

The spectacular Blue Mountains Botanic Garden and Jungle Lodge accommodation is located in the stunning surrounds of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, just 1.5 hours drive from Sydney. Sitting at 1,000m above sea level, this 252 hectare garden is Australia’s highest botanic Garden and home to a world class collection of plants from the cooler southern hemisphere.
Location: Mount Tomah

National Trust of Australia (NSW) - Everglades

National Trust of Australia (NSW) - Everglades

Breathtaking Views Over The Jamison

Australia's most spectacular garden for all seasons. This 1930s treasure unites European romanticism with the raw magic of the Australian bush. Five hectares of valley views, bluebell woodland, lawned and flowering terraces, stone walls, winding paths, glades, pools, and fountains. Art deco house, gift shop, tea rooms, art gallery, picnic spots. Wedding and function hire. Seasonal programme of events. OPEN EVERY DAY. 10-4pm Autumn Winter 10-5pm Spring Summer Adult - $13 Concession - $8 Child - $4
Location: Leura

Campbell Rhododendron Gardens in Blackheath

A Garden Unique in the World

The Campbell Rhododendron Gardens at Blackheath, about 120 kilometres west of Sydney, cover an area of 18.3 hectares (45 acres) and comprise both exotic plantings of rhododendrons, azaleas, maples and other deciduous trees and pristine native bushland. They are a place for the enjoyment of nature’s beauty and exuberance in her diversity. Open all year round, the gardens are at their spectacular best in October and early November and also in April for the autumn colours.
Location: Blackheath

Leura Gardens Festival

The Leura Gardens Festival, held annually in October. The most famous of the spring garden displays in The Blue Mountains lays out...
Location: Leura

Wildwood Garden

Cherry watchers your wait is over! We are starting to bloom and is just a picture of pink. Enjoy the beauty of spring in a...
Location: Bilpin

Mayfield Garden

Mayfield Garden is a stunning privately owned cool climate garden located near Oberon, NSW and is home to the beautiful purpose built tourist feature garden,...
Location: Oberon

Falkirk Farm

Falkirk is famous for our 3 acre cool-climate garden and Spring display of thousands of different varieties of daffodils and blossom trees. Now we are...
Location: Oberon

Leuralla Toy & Railway Museum NSW

Leuralla Toy & Railway Museum NSW is the Southern Hemisphere's largest collection of toys, trains and associated memorabilia. Whether you're a family or a serious...
Location: Leura

Blackheath Rhododendron Festival

Blackheath's Annual Rhododendron Festival is held in November each year. The Festival weekend is the first weekend in November. With so many activities and attractions...
Location: Blackheath

Town and Country Gardens

Peta Trahar's experience includes working as a landscape lecturer, writer, garden judge and selector for Australia's Open Garden Scheme. Peta and Peter Trahar bought Woodgreen...
Location: Bilpin
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