Situated in the beautiful Blue Mountains 100 kms west of Sydney, the gardens of Leura are famous for their magnificent displays of azaleas, rhododendrons, dogwoods, camellias and other cool climate exotics, as well as flowering annuals, perennials and bulbs. The blaze of springtime colour in the gardens attracts visitors from all parts of Australia and overseas. There are big gardens and small gardens in the Festival and each garden has its own distinctive character.
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All Gardens Ticket: $30(valid for duration of Festival)
Single Garden Ticket: $8
Tickets available at all gardens or at Festival Headquarters, 19-21 Fitzroy Street, Leura or in Leura Mall. There is a Festival bus available from Leura Station from 9.30 am until the close of gardens. This follows a set route and stops at all gardens throughout the day.
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The 2019 Festival will be held for 6 days over 2 festival weekends:
Saturday 5 October - Monday 7 October 2019(public holiday weekend)
Friday, 11 October - Sunday, 13 October, 2019
Situated in the beautiful Blue Mountains 100 kms west of Sydney, ...
This year's Leura Gardens Festival is again offering special pre-festival tours for groups of 10+ people. These tours take place the week before the main festival
DATES: Monday, 30 September - Friday 4 October
OPENING TIMES: 10am - 4.00 pm
COST: $30 per person
BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL: Payment in full by 6 September
As part of these exclusive tours, we provide tour guides to meet and greet your group, accompany you through the gardens and generally look after you for the day.
Groups provide their own transport, whether bus or car. Generally 2 gardens are visited in the morning, followed by a lunch break (arranged by the group) and 2 gardens in the afternoon with specific timing to be agreed with our tours co-ordinator.
As with the main festival, proceeds from the pre-festival tours go to the Blue Mountains District Anzac Memorial Hospital as well as helping support other local health-related organisations. More Info »
As well as experiencing the magic of the gardens, visitors to the 2019 festival can enjoy several other events including the always-popular music programme with sessions covering everything from barbershop to classical.
Visitors can also take advantage of the excellent prices at the festival plant sales centre which will offer a wide range of exotic and native plants including some hard-to-get specimens. More Info »
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