Hillandale garden and nursery

Yetholme, NSW, 2795

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Hillandale is a specialist perennial nursery within six acres of magnificent park like grounds. The garden features mature towering trees, one hundred year old Rhododendrons, many rare and interesting shrubs, a woodland walk, a fern lined spring creek and a one hundred and twenty metre long double herbaceous border. Hillandale is a cool climate garden and all plants sold in the nursery are propagated on site.

Open Garden Dates/Times

Saturday, 23 February 2019 9:00AM - 5:00PM
Sunday, 24 February 2019 9:00AM - 5:00PM

Entry Fee: $10

children under 18 free

Warning: Water in the garden, Uneven surfaces, Steep slopes, Trip hazards

Location & Contact Info

  • Hillandale 287 Eusdale Rd
  • Yetholme, NSW, 2795

Local Climate Zone: 8-9 - Cool Temperate to Alpine

Summer avg. Max: 24°C Winter avg. Min: 0°C
Avg Frost Days:116
 
Annual Rainfall avg: 890mm. Summer avg. 222mm.
No. of rainy days: 52 Winter avg. 244mm.

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Garden Guide

All gardens are a work in progress and Hillandale is no exception .
We acquired the property in March 2000 and the garden had become a little over grown but we are having a lot of fun bringing it back to its former glory hopefully in keeping with th ...

Spring garden

Towering Rhododendrons are a feature of the garden in spring . Many over 10 metres high and just as wide. The oldest being at least 100 yrs old. The perennial border is just coming back to life after its long winter sleep,filled with old fashioned favourites such as Lupins,Aquilegias,Euphorbias and Delphiniums.  More Info »

The perennial border

Hillandale has a 120m long herbaceous perennial border featuring over two hundred species of rare and unusual plants. The border reaches its peak from late February to the end of March.  More Info »

Bring a picnic

Stroll around the magnificent grounds then relax by the water and enjoy a picnic.

Summer in the border

The perennial border peaks from late Summer to early Autumn The garden is open , the last weekend of each month from October to March or by appointment .
Garden Clubs and bus groups welcome .

Visitor Comments

Worked a visit to this gem of a garden into a trip to Bathurst. Perennial border (even in the rain) was lovely and equalled what I've seen overseas... and I've never seen such a lovely lot of dahlias. The setting is just lovely. Watch for next time it's open. Margaret March 2016
Margaret - April 2017
Well worth the trip. The perennial border is said to peak in March but was just delightful on 31 December. Visit in summer for lilies, hydrangeas, flowering dogwood, a magnificent smoke bush and much more...
Natasha - January 2017
I loved this pretty garden! Set in serene location with sweeping garden beds & distant views are enough until you get to one of the best herbaceous borders you'll ever see with magnify own canna's, dahlias & much more. I also bought some great quality plants at a reasonable price. The owner was very knowledgable on matters of horticulture. I highly recommend this beautiful garden...
Dean - February 2016
A 3 hour drive from Sydney and this garden is well worth it. An oasis in the countryside. Sarah's border equaled many I have seen in England.
Sharyn - February 2016
This garden was absolutely breathtaking, a real work of art!
Dolly - January 2016

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