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Expired Event - Nooroo Mt Wilson - Open Garden - 13 Apr 2019

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Nooroo Mt Wilson - Open Garden

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When:
Every day until Sun 26 May 2019
Time:
10am to 4pm
Cost:
$10
Facilities:
Parking Available, Toilet on Site
Notes:
Event facilities may be modified in wet weather
Details:
Visit one of Australia's most famous gardens, open to the public each Autumn and Spring.

Nooroo Mt Wilson in the Blue Mountains is one of Australia’s best known gardens. Established in 1880, Nooroo is famous for its wisteria court and it’s beautiful displays of colour in both the Autumn and the Spring. Within the garden, visitors will see rhododendrons, daffodils, bluebells, maples, azaleas as well as many rare plants. Original plantings include English oaks, chestnuts, ash and cedars which are underplanted with thousands of bulbs including, bluebells, daffodils and crocus.

In April and May, the garden has wonderful autumn colour. Many of the shrubs and maples have been underplanted with white nerines which creates a stunning display. The colours are at their best in the ten days after 25 April.

Nooroo will be open daily during April and May 2019. Entry fees apply.
Location:
Nooroo, Church Lane, Mt Wilson
Contact:
Tony Barrett on
 

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