Temporarily closed until further notice due to unforeseen circumstances.
Experience the seasons at Broughton Hall. The garden was started in 1996 and like all country gardens it has taken many years to develop to it's present stage. With a backdrop of the Tarago Reservoir, a terraced garden of 4 acres cascades down the slope towards the water with an amazing variety of plants which fill the banks with dramatic foliage including the formal rose beds. And while you're here there's plenty to interest you in our rare plant nursery.
|Last open April 2020||Check later for future dates|
We're sorry but Broughton Hall and Muskers Nursery will be closed this season.
For more information please call David Musker:
PH: 0417 056 110
|Summer avg. Max:||25°C||Winter avg. Min:||4°C|
|Avg Frost Days:||12|
|Annual Rainfall avg:||979mm.||Summer avg.||185mm.|
|No. of rainy days:||68||Winter avg.||256mm.|
You need to login to view the following gardens
Distances are approximate. When planning your trip please check open times etc by following links to National Public Toilet Map.
With a backdrop of the Tarago Reservoir, a terraced garden of 4 acres cascades down the slope towards the water. There is a central wide pathway punctuated by many steps leading down through the garden, but each level can be accessed without using this pathway and the many steps. Heavily planted with an amazing variety of plants which fill the banks with dramatic foliage, the formal rose beds with mass plantings of well over 1000 roses and the many areas to be discovered within the garden as the visitor wanders make this garden a delight to visit at any time of the year. Opening times are set each year to give the visitor a chance to see the garden at its best. More Info »
The Jindivick Country Gardener Rare Plant Nursery specialises in rare and unusual trees, shrubs and perennials. Our collection continues to grow and has developed a clear focus on foliage, form and proven plant performance. More Info »
Come and browse our large range of unique garden furniture including pots, bowls, fire pits, tables and chairs, benches, garden gates and sculptures. In the gift shop we carry garden tools by Burgon and Ball, garden books a large selection of homeware products, antique furniture and soft furnishings.
No comments yet
"Disclaimer: Please note that all information shown has been provided by the owner of the garden or event coordinators and has not been verified by My Open Garden. See our full terms and conditions for the use of this site.