Morwell Centenary Rose Garden in full bloom
Morwell Centenary Rose Garden gazebo
Morwell Centenary Rose Garden smelling the roses
Morwell Centenary Rose Garden
Red Pixes
Cottage Garden on the nORTH SIDE
The Rockery at the Morwell, Centenary Rose Garden
Pruning the roses at the Morwell Centenary Rose Garden
Morwell Centenary Rose Garden

Morwell Centenary Rose Garden

Address: Cnr Commercial Road and Maryvale Crescent, Morwell, Victoria 3840

Mobile: 0434 958 962  |  Freecall: 1800 621 409  

Email: info@morwellrosegarden.com
Web: morwellrosegarden.com.au

Take the time to stop and smell the roses at one of the world's premier rose gardens. The Morwell Centenary Rose Garden proudly showcases about 3000 roses across three acres of internationally recognised rose garden, in a scenic park-like setting at the edge of the CBD.

Climbing roses create walls of colour and perfume, while garden paths wind their way through perfumed beds of Hybrid Tea, Floribunda and Austin roses. A collection of Australian and New Zealand bred roses is at the southern end; and to the north set in a cottage garden are many old fashioned and species roses. Manicured beds edged with paving stones complement the magnificence of the entire garden.

The garden forms the western entrance to the Morwell Business District, Civic Centre, Art Gallery and the Justice Precinct. This community project is a continuing work undertaken by the "Friends of the Rose Garden", volunteers and sponsors with the generous support of Latrobe City Council.

Content: Morwell Centenary Rose Garden

Cost

This is a free attraction.

Local directions

Coming from Melbourne, take the Morwell Exit B460 and from the east side follow Princes Drive through Morwell, turning left at the Jane St Bridge

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Coach parking
  • Access without assistance for the disabled
  • Parking for the disabled
  • Toilet facilities for the disabled
  • Picnic area
  • Public toilet

Disabled access

Disabled parking is available on street or at Latrobe City Council car park, and accessible toilets on Ann Street between Maryvale Crescent and Avondale Road.

How to get here

Gippsland

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