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Festival of Gardens, Gardivalia showcases many different and beautiful gardens in the West Gippsland region of Warragul, Drouin and surrounding villages and rural areas. This is an annual event with many gardens open during October and November Cup w/end. Gardens are located on a map for ease of planning a tour and a program is available for viewing and download on our website: www.gardivalia.com.au . We look forward to seeing you and we know you will enjoy your visit to our splendid gardens.
|Last open November 2019||Check later for future dates|
Most gardens are Entry $5 per Adult
A few gardens are Entry $10 per Adult
Tickets are purchased at the garden gate
The program and website advertise the Entry price for each garden
Mid-week openings require group bookings or bus groups, dates and details shown on the program and website.
|Warning: Water in the garden, Uneven surfaces,|
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Distances are approximate. When planning your trip please check open times etc by following links to National Public Toilet Map.
Umtali has spectacular views over Mt Baw Baw and a walnut orchard. Open lawns, blazes of colour, rose garden, large native garden, camelia and protea beds. Garden surrounds an English style house. More Info »
Makindye is an amazing garden based on a Cottage Garden style with hundreds of beautiful roses and a huge variety of clematis and aquilegias. An unusual collection of orchids and unusual plants. Huge stained glass hangings on the verandah. This garden is an absolute delight. More Info »
Jamelyn Heights is a large country garden featuring mature trees, shrubs, perennials, several water features, beautiful tree peonies, an espaliered orchard and a touch of whimsy.
Doug Jones 'Rustiques' classic iron art display and sales. Money raised to MS research. More Info »
Country Farm Perennials is a beautiful garden of 2 1/2 acres showcasing many of the unusual and rare plants that are for sale in the nursery. It is an inspirational and wistful garden to wander around, situated in the stunning countryside of Nayook. Refreshments and toilets available. Free Entry
Lillico Siding is a large rambling garden with dry stone walls and many rose arbours and secret gardens. Paths meandering through beautiful arbours covered in roses. The gardens hold a variety of plants with a view to the mountains from the house across the lake. The lake is nestled in to various plantings that surround it. Many places to stop and smell the roses and reflect. Refreshments available as well as parking More Info »
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