Wander through this 19th Century garden and discover the many original features including the carriage drive, elm and oak avenues, the reflective waters of Lake Joanna, and the formal garden beds that contrast with lush open lawns.
The gardens are home to an impressive collection of native and exotic trees, some of which are registered with the National Trust. They include a huge English oak which was planted by the Duke of Edinburgh in 1867. Soft flat walking trails make this an accessible place for all, rotundas are perfect for shaded gatherings and the playground will keep kids entertained for hours. These gardens are local favourite and provide a delightful array of colour, tranquility and beauty year round.Content: Visit Victoria
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