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Blue Mountains Area

Blue Mountains Botanic Gardens, Mount Tomah
Blue Mountains Botanic Gardens, Mount Tomah Mt Tomah
This 252 hectare garden sits on the summit of a basalt capped peak 1,000 metres above sea level in the World Heritage listed Greater Blue Mountains.

The Garden is home to a world class collection of plants from the cooler southern hemisphere.

Australia's Coolest Garden

Be Enchanted!

 

Breenhold Gardens
Breenhold Gardens Mount Wilson
Breenhold Gardens comprises over 45 hectares of luxuriant gardens, parkland and native bushland.

Over the past 40 years several thousand exotic and indigenous trees and flowering shrubs have been planted.
One of the most extensive privately owned garden properties in Australia

 

Everglades Gardens
Everglades Gardens Leura
The National Trust brings Australia's heritage alive at Everglades Gardens. Drawing from the great traditions of European landscape design as well as the unique Blue Mountains bushland, Everglades will charm with its grace and beauty.
One of Australia

 

Leuralla Gardens
Leuralla Gardens Leura
The gardens - 12 acres - of "Leuralla" were laid down at the turn of the century.

Paul Sorenson, an important creative influence on many mountain gardens, played a major role in creating this - one of the earliest and largest Blue Mountains gardens.
Famous Mountain's Gardens

 

Oberon Area

Mayfield Garden
Mayfield Garden Oberon
Mayfield Garden near Oberon is one of the world’s largest privately owned cool climate gardens. The Garden extends across more than 160 acres (64H) and sits within a 5,000acre working farm.

Numerous follies and features are blended into the landscape: the breath-taking 80 metre cascade, the walled kitchen garden; the stunning Water Garden; the aviary, chapel, rose garden and Islamic style pond and much, much more.
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