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Ard Choille Heritage Garden

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The Ard Choille Heritage Garden is both botanically and historically one of the best of the renowned Mount Macedon gardens, which as a group represent one of the most important and significant collections of Nineteenth Century gardens in Australia.

Ard Choille is unusual in the context of Mount Macedon gardens for its siting on the Northern, rather than the Southern slopes of Mount Macedon.

Ard Choille, was described by the National Trust of Victoria as one of the 12 outstanding gardens of Mount Macedon, and amongst these select gardens Ard Choille is especially noted as being of exceptional interest.

Ard Choille captures the feel of a gracious and inspirational 19th century garden and has taken full advantage of the unique cool climate with a huge array of exotic trees and shrubs. What you can expect to see in a stroll through its majesty are Birches, Beeches, Elms, Oaks, Firs, Lindens, Rowans, Dogwoods, Conifers and numerous tree ferns. There are also masses of rhododendrons, camellias, hydrangeas and thousands of daffodil bulbs .

The garden includes a rare 19th Century metal shade house, which is individually classified by the National Trust and is still used today.

Please note, bookings are essential.

Content: Ard Choille Heritage Garden

Price & booking

Cost

Type Entry cost
Adult
Single entry. $8.00 per person. Single Entrance with morning or afternoon tea $14, add guided tour $18.00 per person
$8.00 - $25.00

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Facilities:
  • Car park
  • Picnic area
  • Public toilet
Opening hours:

From 01 Oct 2017 to 01 Nov 2017

  • Saturday: 10:00am - 1:00pm
  • Sunday: 11:00am - 3:00pm

Memberships:
  • Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation
  • Visitor Information Centre
Accessibility:

  • Suitable for guests with sufficient mobility to climb two or three steps, but would benefit from fixtures and fittings to aid balance
  • Suitable for guests with a hearing impairment, from mild hearing loss to profoundly deaf