Situated on the 'sunny side' of Mt. Gibraltar, Perennial Hill is a jewel in the making. This one acre garden grows many rare and unusual plants, creating a garden of immense beauty and tranquility. The garden is divided into a series of rooms with different themes and contrasting styles which include magnificent dry-stone walls and unique poplar 'hurdles'. Full of variety, this charming garden shows country life at it's best.
|Last open April 2018||Check later for future dates|
|Warning: Water in the garden, Uneven surfaces, Trip hazards|
|Summer avg. Max:||24°C||Winter avg. Min:||2°C|
|Avg Frost Days:||59|
|Annual Rainfall avg:||935mm.||Summer avg.||268mm.|
|No. of rainy days:||48||Winter avg.||175mm.|
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Distances are approximate. When planning your trip please check open times etc by following links to National Public Toilet Map.
We commenced construction of the garden in 2001. Although we didn't have a 'master plan' we knew we'd be able to create an interesting garden due to the slope of the 1 acre block.
There were some existing eucalypts on the proper ...
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