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Nooroo Garden comes alive each spring

From September 14th to November 3rd 2019, Nooroo Garden is open to the public - including the spring school holidays and Labour Day long weekend.

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

This spring, come along with your family and friends and admire daffodils, camellias, magnolias and rhododendrons in full bloom.

The huge banks of mollis azaleas, as well as the extensive beds of bluebells, crocus and other bulbs are also a sight to behold in early spring. And don't miss the stunning newly planted rose gardens and the old tennis court which has been converted into the world-famous wisteria garden!

The court contains a collection of 28 standard wisterias ranging in colour from white to deep purple. The wisteria court looks its most magnificent in late October each year.

Connect to nature this spring at Nooroo Garden. The gardens are open from 10am to 4pm 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 outside the property.

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When: 14 September 2019 to 3 November 2019
Where: Nooroo, Church Lane, Mt Wilson
Cost: $10 per adult and $2 per child
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Nice article, Mt Wilson also has fantastic colours in autumn. Well worth the trip with the camera.
by Bob Wozga (score: 1|54) 133 days ago
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