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Visit one of Australia's most famous gardens

From 2 April 2021 to 14 June 2021, Nooroo Garden is open to the public - including every day over the Easter and ANZAC day long weekends.

Established in 1880, Nooroo Garden is one of Australia's best-known gardens and showcases the beauty and spectacle of plant and flower species from around the world, as well as Australian native plants.

Come along with your family friends and admire maples, liquid amber, birch, ash and beech, as well as many other rare plants in all their autumnal beauty.

Marvel at the original plantings including oaks, chestnuts, ash and beech (some of which are over 100 years old!) augmented by a wide variety of maples and other deciduous trees.

Plan your visit today! Visitors are welcome to enjoy a picnic in the garden, however, please remove any rubbish when you head home.

Connect to nature this Autumn at Nooroo Garden. The gardens are open from 10 am to 4.30 pm daily. All day entry is $10 per adult and $2 per child (up to 12 years). Pay at the gate (electronic facilities are available).

Parking is available on site.

Tea and coffee facilities are now available on-site.

All areas of the Nooroo Garden are accessible by walker and wheelchair.

Pets are welcome to visit Nooroo Garden provided that they are supervised closely and kept on a leash at all times.

Plan your visit today by heading to www.nooroomtwilson.com.au and joining Facebook.

 

PLEASE NOTE: BELLS LINE OF ROAD IS OPEN BETWEEN BELL AND MOUNT WILSON.

If you are planning a trip, please see some tips below:

  • The Bells Line of Road between Bell and Mount Wilson is open to the public and visitors are able to safely travel to and from Mount Wilson. If you are travelling through Lithgow, you can continue driving on Bells Line of Road to Mount Wilson.

  • If you are travelling from Sydney, travel to Mt Wilson via the Great Western Highway. When you reach Mt Victoria, you will need to turn right on to The Causeway. When you reach the end of the Causeway, you will need to turn right on to Bells Line of Road and then follow the directions to Mt Wilson.

  • Make sure to pack a picnic and have plenty of petrol (as there are no shops or petrol stations in Mt Wilson).

  • Bring some warm clothes as it can get a little chilly in Autumn.

  • If you have any questions, please feel free to call Nooroo Garden at 4756 2018 or email at nooroobm@gmail.com
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    When: 2 April 2021 to 14 June 2021, 10.00 am - 4.30 pm
    Where: Church Lane, Mount Wilson, NSW, Australia
    Your Comment
    Nooroo gardens are just stunning. Only suggestion I have is to regulate the number of visitors in one day. It can be overwhelming with too many tourists.
    Thank you.
    by Di.pa (score: 0|7) 33 days ago
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