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Garden Notes
The Garden Notes are written by the garden owners and often tell the story of their garden. We try to provide Garden Notes ahead of the opening for every garden, but unfortunately this is not always possible. Garden Notes will usually be available in the week prior to the garden opening and will remain available online after the garden has opened. A list of available Garden Notes (in pdf format) can be found by using the 'Notes' link next to each garden or the link below.
Garden Notes For Gardens That Have Already Opened
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Please note that children under 18 are admitted free of charge

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Fee

October    Saturday 4 and Sunday 5
Moograbah
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Moograbah
An attractive garden planted with an emphasis on foliage colour and texture. Manchurian pears, prunus, eucalypts and crabapples underplanted with shrubs and perennials. Shaded areas are alive with the green, purple, grey and lime foliage of smoke bushes, euphorbias and echiums. Succulents and geraniums in quirky containers. Lake, orchard.
Wine tastings. Pottery and handcrafts for sale

Photo courtesy of: Georgina James
Notes 285 Up River Rd, Rutherglen 10am-4.30pm $8.00
Terravinia
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Terravinia
A romantic, quirky and interesting garden with artistic touches. Mown paths wind beneath an oak, a eucalypt and two very old palms to informal beds crammed with roses, geraniums, bulbs, daisies, aquilegias, lilacs, acanthus and wisteria. Two magnolias flank a fountain leading to terraces with views over the billabong and river flats.
Notes 987 Gooramadda Rd, Rutherglen 10am-4.30pm $8.00
October    Sunday 5
Bickleigh Vale Village:
Edna Walling's masterpiece
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Bickleigh Vale Village
Edna Walling created an enchanted village for herself and her friends at Bickleigh Vale, and this special quality continues to influence succeeding owners as they work to keep the vision of her achievement alive for future generations. Although the cottages have been adapted to modern needs, and the growth of trees and shrubs has altered the gardens, Bickleigh Vale remains the finest example of Walling's ability to achieve harmony between buildings and landscape. Eight of these magical gardens will be open: Abbotsley, Badgers Wood, Devon Cottage, Mistover, Sonningfield, The Barn, The Sheilan and Wimborne.
Most of the gardens are wheelchair friendly
Notes Bickleigh Vale Rd and Edna Walling Lane, Mooroolbark 10am-4.30pm $35.00 for 8 gardens
October    Saturday 11 and Sunday 12
Belyea
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Belyea
Set around an immaculate Nantucket-style house is a romantic family garden of liriopes, euphorbias and other drought-tolerant plantings. A mature liquidambar shades the front garden. Osmanthus, bay and tangelo hedges provide a framework for different areas of lawn and garden. Vegetable and herb beds.
Notes 3 Wentworth Ave, Canterbury 10am-4.30pm $8.00
Elaine
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Elaine
A pretty and relaxed family garden features a huge variety of plants embracing an 1880s farmhouse. Magnificent trees including Atlantic Cedar, Scarlet Oak, elm, liquidambar and a fruiting pear shelter daphnes, irises, tree peonies, clivias, salvias and plectranthus. Roses and citrus enhance an outdoor dining area. Vegetables and herbs.
Notes 37 Wentworth Ave, Canterbury 10am-4.30pm $8.00
Debbie's Aussie Garden
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Debbie's Aussie Garden
Completely redesigned in recent years, this vibrant and healthy young garden brims with a rich diversity of Australian plants including many grevilleas. Raised beds feature drought-tolerant and foliage plants. Repeat plantings of viminaria, Eucalyptus perriniana and adenanthos. Unusual persoonia hybrid. Pond with indigenous plants; dry creek bed.
Children's activities. Sausage sizzle
Notes 24 Flowerdale Rd, Glen Iris 10am-4.30pm
joint fee with Flowerdale Rd
$14 both gardens or $8 one garden
Flowerdale Road Native Garden
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Flowerdale Road Native Garden
An exquisite small garden jam-packed with a great range of native plants chosen for foliage and flower colour. The strong and thoughtful design links the front and back areas, and many pretty pots are successfully woven into the whole. The garden is an inspiring lesson in elegant, small-space harmony.
Children's activities
Notes 1/29 Flowerdale Rd, Glen Iris 10am-4.30pm
joint fee with Debbie's
$14 both gardens or $8 one garden
Fairview Garden
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Fairview Garden
A stunning garden featuring lush repeat plantings in an elegant and serene design. Rich variety of exotic and Australian plants including magnolias, silver birches, lavender, olives, camellias, maples, waterhousias and an extraordinary collection of natives. Beautiful iron sculptures, large pools, water wall, garden pavilion, putting green and masterly stonework.
The garden's designer will be in attendance during the weekend
Notes 7b Fairview Ave, Wheelers Hill 10am-4.30pm $10.00
Reg and Judy's garden
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Reg and Judy's garden
Beautiful, well-designed garden with a contemporary Japanese theme. Hellebores and liriope carpet a maple woodland, with a dry creek bed leading to a raked gravel garden. Lawns with fine specimen trees; magnificent wisteria arbour; mixed perennial border; flowering clivias. Kitchen garden and fruit trees.
Notes 12 Burvill Crt, Warragul 10am-4.30pm $8.00
Springbank Retreat
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Springbank Retreat
An established garden of mostly informal rooms flowing around an old timber homestead. Mature exotic trees and flowering shrubs provide a framework for the garden and shade for manicured lawns. Rhododendrons, euphorbias, hellebores, clivias, early roses, glorious old weeping cherry. Cascading waterfall and pond; Interesting old farm equipment.
Visit their website
Notes 240 Williamsons Rd, Nilma North (near Warragul) 10am-4.30pm $8.00
Dalvui
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Dalvui
Laid out by William Guilfoyle in 1898 and widely regarded as one of Australia's most significant gardens. Lush velvety lawns beneath spectacular mature trees complement curved borders filled with a choice selection of shrubs, perennials and bulbs. Rockeries and ponds. More recent plantings add further interest.
Notes 431 McKinnons Bridge Rd, Noorat 10am-4.30pm $10.00
Woodlawn
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Woodlawn
An avenue of young eucalypts leads to rolling lawns beneath Chinese tallows, Manchurian pears and native cedars. A mix of native and exotic trees; seasonal dry creek bed. Mounded area with beautiful statues of water birds surrounded by silver-foliage plants. A large dam attracts abundant birdlife.
Notes 382 Goulburn Valley Hwy, Seymour 10am-4.30pm $8.00
Swan Lake
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Swan Lake
From bare farming land twenty years ago, the garden is now a delightful mix of natives, roses, perennials and shrubs. A lovely mature claret ash, pyrus and Eucalyptus citriodora shelter aquilegias, salvias and other cottage plants. Extensive vegetable garden and orchard. Ponds and a dam attract many native birds. Drystone walling.
Notes 250 Ashes Bridge Rd, Tallarook 10am-4.30pm $8.00
October    Tuesday 14 and Wednesday 15
Spectacular and Historic Gardens of the Western District
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Spectacular and Historic Gardens of the Western District
Join this exciting coach tour by Neil Robertson, former CEO of Open Gardens Australia. This is an extraordinary opportunity to visit six significant gardens and homesteads in western Victoria: Terrinallum, Goodwood, Minjah, Toora West, Chatsworth House and Mawallok. Included amongst them are some of Victoria's earliest designed gardens by Edward Latrobe Bateman and William Guilfoyle. Beautiful trees and stone walling give a strong framework to the gardens, some reinvigorated in recent times to reflect a more contemporary garden aesthetic. There are productive gardens that are both fruitful and ornamental, and the tour will include a guided tour of the beautiful kitchen garden at the Royal Mail Hotel in Dunkeld.
Western District Bookings Essential $750.00
October    Saturday 18 and Sunday 19
Girrahween
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Girrahween
Created with an eye for colour, every centimetre of this established garden is filled with well-tended plants. Single-flowered climbing roses intertwined with clematis clambering over arbours and arches. Birches, weeping maples, Cercis 'Forest Pansy', cotinus collection. Salvias, box hedges, wisteria, fern walk, clivias, elkhorns, dendrobium orchids, mosaics.
Discovery sheet for children
Notes 25 Murray Rd, Croydon 10am-4.30pm $8.00
Airlie
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Airlie
Harmoniously designed and elegant woodland garden. Mass plantings of unusual small eucalypts including E. pumila and E. leuhmanniana feature with tall grasses and a beautiful large frog pond at the front. Behind the house, soft silver-grey foliage dominates against yellow and blue flowers. Sandstone paving, wide decks, secluded productive areas.
Seeds for sale (grasses).
Notes 10 Grandview Ave, Ringwood East 10am-4.30pm $8.00
Trevorder
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Trevorder
Massed Australian plants fill the nature strip and front garden where a stream courses over stones, ending in a pretty pool. Raised beds bordering the stream are filled with native plants. The back opens up to a cottage-style garden of herbs, vegetables, small orchard, chooks and beds of native plants.
Notes 2 Scenic Ave, Ringwood East 10am-4.30pm $8.00
Charlie's Run
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Charlie's Run
The delightful and immaculate garden surrounding a 100-year-old farmhouse sits comfortably in the picturesque pastoral landscape. Mature trees provide dappled shade for hardy and lush green lawns. Thriving formal beds of roses; raised vegetable beds bursting with colourful perennials. Large dam with diverse wildlife.
Notes 203 Licola Rd, Heyfield 10am-4.30pm $8.00
The Bee Garden
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The Bee Garden
The former Myrtlebank schoolhouse is now an inspiring garden enveloped in colour and fragrance. Deep beds of glorious old-fashioned roses, fine deciduous trees and borders of massed shrubs and perennials contribute to an impressive palette of colour and textural contrasts. Many rare and unusual plants; orchard and vegetable garden.
Quirky sculptures from recycled materials
Notes 14 Back Maffra Rd, Sale 10am-4.30pm $8.00
Peta's garden
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Peta's garden
An outstanding Australian native garden showcasing an inspiring and well-designed floral display. A wonderful palette of wildflowers established in the garden contrasts with a delicate canopy of casuarinas. Greens, silvers, greys and deep crimsons provide rich textural contrasts. Grasses, groundcovers and a landscaped dam are a haven for wildlife
Notes 19 Harpley Crt, Longford 10am-4.30pm $8.00
Hesket Farm
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Hesket Farm
A line of mature eucalypts leads into a garden enjoying stunning views. Camellias, rhododendrons, azaleas and perennials are sheltered by the lush new growth of maples, silver birches and oaks. A drystone wall protects a large cottage garden. Drifts of daffodils and snowdrops; circular vegetable garden.
Artwork display and sale
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Notes 162 Hesket Boundary Rd, Hesket 10am-4.30pm $8.00
Mareeba
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Mareeba
Magnificent oaks, maples, elms, sequoia, Dawn Redwood, Mexican Pine, birches, taxodiums and cedars grace a garden combining serenity and productivity. Yellow Box, Mahogany Gums and melaleucas also feature. Woodland area, large 'dry' beds, 100 varieties of roses. Sixteen beds of rotating vegetable crops; forty fruit trees; berries and asparagus.
Artwork exhibition and sale
Notes 1 Creeds Rd, Murrindindi 10am-4.30pm $8.00
Carey Cottage
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Carey Cottage
A delightful mixture of colour, fragrance, food and contemplation. A low drystone wall encloses a spectacular deep perennial border along the driveway, a rose hedge frames wonderful views of Yea and the Murrindindi Valley, and yuccas and furcreas complement flower-filled borders. Heritage fruit trees, hedged vegetable garden.
Devonshire teas
Notes 56 Carey Rd, Killingworth 10am-4.30pm $8.00
October    Saturday 25 and Sunday 26
Nithsdale
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Nithsdale
Designed to be viewed from every room in the early Victorian villa, the garden consists of formal and informal plantings. Magnolias, maples, crepe myrtles and ornamental pears. Cottage garden of roses, lavender, valerian, aquilegias, irises, hellebores and alstroemeria complemented by shade-loving camellias, azaleas and plectranthus. Courtyard garden with original well.
Notes 133 Kambrook Rd, Caulfield North 10am-4.30pm $8.00
Jack's Garden
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Jack's Garden
An elegant garden that is both ornamental and productive, using a limited but edible plant palette. Retaining walls, cloud clipping and sculptural elements give formal shape to the garden which is softened by massed plantings of rosemary and curly parsley. Row of Magnolia 'Alta'; shaped citrus trees and false cardamon. Fruit trees, vines, berries, herbs, raised vegetable beds.
Owner Lisa Ellis's garden shop nearby will be open
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Notes 23 The Grange, Malvern East 10am-4.30pm $8.00
The Cottage Garden
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The Cottage Garden
Lush and pretty garden created by a passionate gardener. The front picket fence frames rose-covered arches and deep beds of vibrant perennials. Gorgeous David Austin roses, clematis, salvias and wallflowers. Vegetables and fruit trees intermingle with flowers and herbs. Greywater system; rainwater tanks.

Photo courtesy of: Simon Griffiths
Notes 2 Lily St, Glen Waverley 10am-4.30pm $8.00
Geoff and Marcia's garden
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Geoff and Marcia's garden
Designed to create vistas from the house, the garden is made up of a succession of spaces, each with a different colour scheme. An effective arrangement of interesting shapes, colours and textures from trees, irises, roses and perennials. Japanese-inspired contemplative garden. Vegetable beds, fruit trees.
Notes 1b Sefton Crt, Mount Waverley 10am-4.30pm
Joint fee with Helen & Rob's
$14 both gardens or $8 one garden
Helen and Rob's garden
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Helen and Rob's garden
This meticulously planned and executed waterwise garden is a feast for plant-lovers. A crabapple walk creates a central axis and is flanked by interesting spaces and hidden corners filled with an array of plants chosen for colour, texture and fragrance. Vegetable garden.
Pottery for sale
Notes 1a Sefton Crt, Mount Waverley 10am-4.30pm
Joint fee with Geoff & Marcia's
$14 both gardens or $8 one garden
Gentiana
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Gentiana
A must for plant enthusiasts: the private garden of well-known plantsman Craig Wilson. Beautiful mature trees shelter mouth-watering collections carefully selected for year-round interest. Flowering Davidia involucrata, yellow Magnolia 'Elizabeth', viburnums, epimediums, trilliums and fritillarias. Copper and tricolour beeches; dissectum and palmatum maples. Lovely woodland perennials including Anemone nemorosa.
Notes 138 Olinda-Monbulk Rd, Olinda 10am-4.30pm $10.00
Frogs Crossing
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Frogs Crossing
An elegant and serene woodland garden complementing a New England Saltbox country-style house draped in rambling roses, Boston ivy and ornamental grape. A rill leads to a hedged pond backed by mixed borders of ornamental shrubs and perennials. Metal sculptures adorn lawns punctuated by ornamental and native trees.
Notes 4 Wattletree Rd, Bunyip 10am-4.30pm $8.00
Broughton Hall
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Broughton Hall
A magnificent formal garden beautifully sited to enjoy spectacular views. Broad terraces feature architectural focal points and manicured hedges enclosing massed roses and perennials. A central path ends in a place for quiet reflection and enjoyment of the view. Rare plants, dramatic foliage contrasts, deciduous trees, birch groves.
Visit their website
Notes 125 Palmer Rd, Jindivick 10am-4.30pm $10.00
Lewisham
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Lewisham
A romantic and impressive modern garden featuring streams, waterfalls and small well-proportioned lakes. Elegant bridges link wide lawns and meandering paths which lead to many established deciduous trees and massive phormiums. Other features include statuary, urns, a topiary-flanked gazebo and an impressive lookout tower.
Wine tastings. Wellington boots for sale
Notes 305 Mount Macedon Rd, Macedon 10am-4.30pm $10.00
Ard Rudah
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Ard Rudah
Classic nineteenth-century hill station garden of sweeping lawns, perennials and unusual shrubs. Towering rhododendrons and banks of fragrant azaleas are particular highlights. Impressive trees include a huge copper beech, lindens and a rare Laburnocytisus. Italianate walled garden with reflection pool. Fern-lined creek, sheltered lily pond, moss-covered stone bridges.
Notes 49-51 Devonshire Lane, Mount Macedon 10am-4.30pm $10.00
Aroha
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Aroha
Foliage texture, colour and form are the hallmark of an urban oasis entered through a lych gate and along a lush cobbled walkway of hellebores, bulbs and shrubberies. Shaded rooms feature productive trees, choice shrubs and conifers anchored by repeat plantings of euphorbias, philadelphus, viburnums, sambucas and roses.
Notes 340 Shannon Ave, Newtown 10am-4.30pm $8.00
Eaglehawk
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Eaglehawk
A driveway of robinias leads to sweeping lawns and a colourful display of massed annuals and perennials complemented by an eye-catching bed of proteas. The front garden also features specimen trees, an orchard and an unusual arbour of hops. Well-placed iron sculptures add further interest throughout. Vegetables, berries.
Sausage sizzle
Notes 35 Birregurra Yeodene Rd, Birregurra 10am-4.30pm
joint fee with Morambro
$14 both gardens or $8 one garden
Morambro
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Morambro
An inviting garden with interesting and well-designed plantings. The front area is dominated by a dam landscaped with colourful drought-tolerant plantings and a sculpture, making a striking entrance to the garden . Sweeping lawns hold strategically placed beds of massed perennials, roses and fruit trees.
Notes 31 Birregurra Yeodene Rd, Birregurra 10am-4.30pm
joint fee with Eaglehawk
$14 both gardens or $8 one garden
November    Saturday 1 and Sunday 2
Serpentine
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Serpentine
A hunter-gatherer's garden filled with cuttings, gifts, self-sown plants and 'found' items! It is bursting with a huge variety of colourful plants of all kinds: cottage favourites, roses, natives, vegetables, orchard and herbs. Hundreds of pots overflow with succulents, and found objects are used as planters and decoration.
Notes 4 Crimea Close, Rowville 10am-4.30pm $8.00
Seaton Farm
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Seaton Farm
This beautiful garden uses bird-attracting plants, copses and a mix of grey, red and green foliages to enhance views to the sea. Striking xanthorrhoeas accentuate the contemporary corrugated iron house, linked to the old cottage by a central lawn featuring a majestic elm and colourful plantings. Phillip Johnson frog pond.
Wine tastings and sales
Notes 22 Turners Rd, Balnarring 10am-4.30pm $8.00
Kangaroo Forest Run
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Kangaroo Forest Run
A rambling hilltop garden commanding spectacular views showcases a selection of thriving native and exotic species chosen for seasonal colour, year-round interest and low water requirements. Meandering paths wind past local ironbarks, a rose garden with many David Austins, a vegetable garden, small Chardonnay vineyard, water features and sculptural pieces.
Pigs and chickens. Explorer sheet for children
Notes 106 Rodger Rd, Panton Hill 10am-4.30pm $8.00
Ungulla Country Garden
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Ungulla Country Garden
Century-old eucalypts grace this sustainable, waterwise garden of mainly bird-attracting native species. Raised organic vegetable beds, orchard and companion plantings of herbs and other bee-attracting plants. Good water management practices with tanks, ornamental creek bed and a dam with pier and waterfall. Lovely views to Strzeleckis.
BBQ. Talks at 11am and 2pm each day on organic vegetable growing and sustainable gardening practices
Visit their website
Notes 590 Invermay Rd East, Athlone (near Drouin) 10am-4.30pm $8.00
Boobook
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Boobook
A fascinating garden primarily dedicated to attracting birds. The park-like grounds feature magnificent European trees dating from the 1930s and complementing rose parterres, clipped hedges and natives. Orchard, olives, citrus grove, hothouse, vegetable gardens. Woodland walk, many whimsical timber and metal artworks. Sweeping views to the Baw Baws.
Art exhibition by Janice Hunter & Paul Gennings and studio gallery
Notes 30 Rule Rd, Lardner
(near Warragul)
10am-4.30pm $8.00
Ampelon
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Ampelon
A beautiful waterlily lake is wrapped by sweeping lawns leading to a woodland garden, massed perennials, 'room' of plane trees and recently added formal gardens with pond and fountain. Malus, maple and rose walks. Beautiful big kitchen garden of fruit trees around a parterre of vegetables and herbs flanked by olives.
Notes 516 Pitman Ave, Gol Gol 10am-4.30pm $8.00
Rest-A-While Gardens & Gallery
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Rest-A-While Gardens & Gallery
Sitting beside the peaceful Gol Gol Creek, the garden is planted on three levels under a canopy of handsome mature elms, maples, silver birches, conifers and magnolias. The exotic trees divide the areas of lawn which host lovely plantings of roses, shrubs and perennials
Notes 11-13 Adelaide St, Gol Gol 10am-4.30pm $8.00
Petzke Family Garden
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Petzke Family Garden
A beautiful cool garden of light and shade, contrasting textures and subtle foliage colours. A long vista forms a central axis with sunny and shady rooms opening off it, all within densely planted boundaries. Several varieties of bamboo; courtyard with vine-covered pergola; generous pots of palms and succulents.
Notes 17 Pental Island Rd, Swan Hill 10am-4.30pm $8.00
Aberfoyle
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Aberfoyle
Dappled shade creates a tranquil mood in this romantic country garden of perennials, shrubs and 500 gorgeous roses in beds and clambering over archways. Oaks, blue spruce, Judas tree and willows provide a lush backdrop to ponds and a swimming pool with waterfall. Appealing farm buildings; old tool collection.
Old-time music Sunday 2pm-4pm
Notes 213 School Rd, Kongorong
(Mt Gambier SA)
10am-4.30pm $8.00
Tayoc Park
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Tayoc Park
The formerly Australian focus of the garden is being transformed with the addition of many varieties of deciduous trees and English-style plantings. Roses, camellias, hydrangeas and tropical plants feature in a courtyard. Over 20 fruit and nut trees; productive vegetable garden; chook house.
Notes 9 Stableford Crt, Worrolong, Mount Gambier East (SA) 10am-4.30pm $8.00
November    Saturday 8 and Sunday 9
Warrawee Gardens
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Warrawee Gardens
A thoughtful planting design maximises vistas throughout this young garden. A sunken circular lawn is embraced by shrubs, conifers and deciduous trees including many unusual maples. Hundreds of native shrubs, especially grevilleas, provide food for birds and bees. In spring, a white cedar Melia azedarach takes centre stage. Orchard, vegetables, chooks.
Pirate Ship playground for children
Notes 24 Warrawee Ave, Beaconsfield 10am-4.30pm $8.00
Jefferson garden
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Jefferson garden
A sophisticated and immaculately presented garden. A high wall encloses the established formal front garden, with a more relaxed mood at the back. Wide steps lead past citrus tubs around a pool and on to sweeping lawns flanked by trees, shrubs and generous groupings of summer-flowering perennials, roses and poppies. Woodland plantings.
Notes 3 Ngumby Crt, Vermont South 10am-4.30pm $8.00
Sophie's Garden
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Sophie's Garden
A garden for the senses, awash with fragrance and colour. Despite its compact size, informal and very pretty areas are brimming with roses, salvias, lilac, wisteria, Mackaya bella, nepeta, pelargoniums, camellias, poppies and silver-foliaged plants. Vegetable and herb garden; apple, peach, plum, nectarine and lemon trees.
Talks by Sophie Adamson on rose growing at 11.30am and 2.30pm each day
Notes 3 Warnoo Crt, Frankston South 10am-4.30pm $8.00
Coombe House
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Coombe House
Vibrant mass plantings are balanced by peaceful areas for relaxation and entertainment in this lush and thriving garden. A birch grove is underplanted with agapanthus, Japanese anemones, bulbs and ajuga while other areas feature grasses and drought-tolerant plants. Well-grown roses, hedges, wisteria and rose arbours.
Notes 17 Hamersley Crt, Mount Eliza 10am-4.30pm $8.00
Karen's garden
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Karen's garden
This well-designed, generous and colourful garden is a feast of climbing roses. They are draped on chains and swags, they scramble over arches, and they smother a pavilion. Deep beds overflow with hundreds of old-fashioned roses and massed plantings of countless perennials. Large collection of exotic trees; gravel garden.
Notes 325 Eacotts Rd, Hoddles Creek 10am-4.30pm $8.00
Lonsdale Park on the Yarra
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Lonsdale Park on the Yarra
Created on organic and biodynamic principles, the upper and lower gardens harmoniously embracing the house feature interesting trees, shrubs and perennials. Taxodiums, magnolias, roses, viburnums, peonies. Orchard with over 60 fruit trees; small lake with island. Path to the Yarra; views of surrounding parkland.
Noon each day: talk on biodynamic gardening

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Notes 40 Lonsdale Park Lane, Launching Place 10am-4.30pm $10.00
Braeburne House
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Braeburne House
Beyond a driveway of Manchurian pears and other deciduous trees, a pair of original Canary Island palms dominate the interesting garden enhancing a lovely Victorian bluestone farmhouse. Other early plantings include oaks, desert ash and cypress. Manicured lawns, roses, perennials, wisteria arbour, orchard, vegetable gardens.
Notes 155 Dreeite Rd, Beeac
(near Colac)
10am-4.30pm $8.00
Hanami
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Hanami
Several delightful crabapples and a large bed of David Austin roses make a welcoming entrance to an enchanting garden where roses are a highlight throughout. Water features, sculptures and a summerhouse are framed by roses and massed perennials. Lovely ornamental trees and shrubs. Fruit trees; attractive vegetable garden.
Notes 146 Hart St, Colac 10am-4.30pm $8.00
Glynn garden
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Glynn garden
A garden designed with a young family in mind. The large lawn used for children's games is surrounded by a tall 'Leighton Green' cypress hedge, a perfect foil to the burgundy 'Iceberg' roses around the verandah. A cottage garden has evolved into a more formal area that is easy to maintain.
Notes 18 Turnbull Dve, Worrolong, Mount Gambier East (SA) 10am-4.30pm $8.00
Jennings garden
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Jennings garden
A young garden alive with the heady colour and perfume of 600 roses. Sweeping lawns feature beds of daylilies, agapanthus, bearded iris, camellias, azaleas, bulbs and wisteria. Magnolias, conifers, birches and flowering cherries. Raised vegetable beds; herbs and berries in barrels. Small pond with water lilies.
Notes 16 Turnbull Dve, Worrolong, Mount Gambier East (SA) 10am-4.30pm $8.00


The Open Garden program of openings for mid-November through until end of June 2015 will be released over the coming weeks. The enitre program through until June 2015 can be found in our Guidebook.


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