Lotus flower
Oga Lotus Pond
Lotus Lake
Giant Amazon Lily
Blue Lotus Water Garden
Tropical water lilies
Giant Lily - Victoria cruziana

Lotus Flower Season

Dates: 27 Dec 2014 - 7 Apr 2015

Address: Blue Lotus Water Garden, 2628 Warburton Highway, Yarra Junction, Victoria 3797

Phone: 03 5967 2061  |  Mobile: 0499 247 013  |  Fax: 03 5967 1574  

Email: info@bluelotuswatergarden.com.au
Web: bluelotusfarm.com.au

The Blue Lotus Water Garden holds it's annual Lotus Flower Season opens to the public on the 27th December, 2014 and closes to the public on the 7th April, 2015.

The water garden features thousands of lotus flower blooms of many different varieties spread over 14 acres of ponds and ornamental lakes set in a tropical garden. Some of the flowers stand six feet out of the water with flower heads the size of dinner plates.

New feature in 2015 include rare Plants Pavilion which will feature amazing flowering plants that you can only see here.

Also see the World's three Giant waterlily species, Victoria cruziana, Victoria amazonica and Euryale ferox. In 2014 one leaf achieved a size of 160cm in diameter or big enough to support a child.

And one of the oldest flowers on earth; the 2000 year old Japanese Oga Lotus pond is now mature and producing hundreds of flowers each season.

Content: Blue Lotus Water Garden

Cost

TypeValid fromValid toEntry cost($)

Adult

Free entry for child 16 years or under

27/12/1407/04/15$16.00

Senior

Must present a valid seniors card on entry

27/12/1407/04/15$13.00

Local directions

The Blue Lotus Water Garden is located 1 kilometre past the Yarra Junction village heading east on the Warburton Highway. Entrance is on the right hand side.

Facilities

  • BBQ facilities
  • Car park
  • Coach parking
  • Access without assistance for the disabled
  • Toilet facilities for the disabled
  • First aid equipment
  • Kiosk
  • Shaded area
  • Sheltered area
  • Shop

Opening hours

Please see website for more information.

Daily
10:30am
Open daily from 10:30am to 5pm from December to February.

How to get here