Autumn Plant Fair

Featuring a large array of plants, many not usually available in the retail nurseries

 

National birch collection

 

Sculptures

 

Plant Nursery

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Open Daily 9am-5pm

Playground and toilets open daily, including Public Holidays. Entry to the garden is free except for occasional events.
Office open Tuesdays & Thursdays 9am – 5pm

As the area is a bird habitat no dogs are permitted within the fenced area of the gardens (except registered assistance dogs). Dogs are welcome in the unfenced eastern precinct.

Smartphone Photography Workshop

A workshop addressing the essential skills for better phone pictures of plants and gardens.

July 21, 9.30am to 12.45pm

Bring your smartphone and unleash your creativity

Plant Nursery

Open Tuesdays and Thursdays during the cooler months, 9am – 3pm.

All plants in our nursery are grown by our Friends and Volunteers, and are suitable for growing in the southern highlands. Lots of plants we grow are not readily available at other nurseries.

What to See

As it grows the garden is constantly changing. The highlands is recognised for its seasonal interest. Just because you saw it yesterday – today will be different!

Playground

Infants playground open 9am to 5pm daily. All equipment on soft fall, so ne sand to take home! Outside areas on woodchip mulch, including the climbing tower. Picnic facilities available inside the playground fencing.

Venue Hire

Exciting new venue available is our ‘Education Centre’, with capacity for 80 people and catering facilities.

Book for your next function … Click here

Support Us

Help us grow and develop by making a donation. We are community funded with no support from Government.

Donate here or volunteer to help us in person by attending our working bees. Not everyone has to be able to wield a shovel!

Subscribe to our email list

Regular emails about upcoming events in the garden

About us

We receive no funding from the Council or other government bodies as we are a not-for-profit charitable organisation, so all costs for the garden are raised by SHBG.

To see more trees and garden we need your help. Please support us now.