Jarrah Tree, Erythrocorys Flowers and cap

This page combines data from a dozen written reference books about Australian heritage gardens, from 200 years of garden heritage. Private gardens have been excluded from the list.

2017 bicentennial celebrations

at Woolmers, Tasmania, and the National Rose Garden – Launceston Examiner.

Roses in the Sydney Botanical Gardens
Koala bear at Rockhampton Botanic Gardens
  • Both the Australian Heritage Register, Australian States (e.g. NSW, VIC) and the National Trust of Australia protect heritage gardens and trees, but Local Authorities normally only list and protect built properties rather than their heritage-listed gardens alone.
  • Tasmanian Heritage Protection is uniquely troubling for ensuring Australian heritage protection:
  1. Because the National Trust of Tasmania has no list of registered properties available publicly, these garden listings will be news for many Tasmanian heritage enthusiasts (The Tas. National Trust even has no Wikipedia page). The Register of the Tasmanian National Trust is being built by volunteer(s) here.
  2. Similarly, the Tasmanian Heritage Register is constructed just of addresses, rather than with the discernible reason why a property is heritage listed (An enquirer must apply directly to the THR office for the heritage document for each address).
  3. The Tasmanian Heritage Register is being deliberately reduced in size, and currently over 500 Hobart locations are due for heritage removal

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Index of heritage and renowned Australian gardens

An Index of Heritage, Historic and Renowned Gardens in Australia numbers about 400 unique gardens.

  • Australia has a diverse range of climates, established under any of these conditions, even in desert, and barren areas, in bogs, rocks and in coastal gale.
  • The vocations of the people who build these (extreme) garden landscapes are of garden designers, horticulturalists, landscape gardeners, plantsmen (or plantswomen) and their garden designs are a popular feature of contemporary culture.
  • There is an extensive range of publications which feature garden designs and designers (over 5000 books just on garden design), and this popularity has led to the rise of celebrity gardeners, who use their print, radio and TV shows to bring garden designs to every household.
Plant growing in the Flecker Botanic Gardens, Cairns Queensland
Rose garden, Adelaide Botanic Garden, South Australia
  • A specialist Australian Garden Design Study Group has formed and actively promotes garden heritage.
  • Touring Australian and overseas gardens is a notable tourist trend.
  • Top Garden design trends include the proliferation of garden clubs, sustainability, waterwise, xeriscaping and the Australian plant garden, or bush garden.

These heritage gardens are noted as either, being publicly open to visitors, or (normally) more private, and open only at limited times, usually for a fee payable upon entry.

Many more notable Australian gardens are available to visit than these listed here, usually through the Open Gardens schemes. The Index to Australian Open Gardens will be a Wikipedia page too (650 gardens).

Heritage gardens of the Australian Capital Territory

Banksia heliantha, Australian National Botanic Gardens
Established tree in flower at Commonwealth Park
Floriade Canberra 100th anniversary flower beds
Canberra's Floriade 2012
ID Name Address State Source code Source detail Access References Year Style
Commonwealth Park Albert St, Canberra ACT 2600 ACT ABGG[1] No. 29 pp. 171–174 Public Commonwealth Park – Wikipedia;

Commonwealth Park (Visit Canberra); Commonwealth Park;

Dry climate
Government House Dunrossil Drive, Yarralumla, Canberra ACT 2600 ACT TGGA[2] No. 57 ABGG[1] No. 34 pp. 133–135 pp. 193–198 Private Government House Gardens;

Government House – VisitCanberra; Yarralumla, Australian Capital Territory – Wikipedia; Government House – Governor-General of the Commonwealth;

Dry climate
Japanese Embassy 112 Empire Circuit, Yarralumla ACT 2600 ACT TGGA[2] No. 13 pp. 40–41 Private Garden of the Ambassador's Residence; not to be confused with the Cowra Japanese Garden Japanese
Lambrigg Station Tharwa ACT USACG[3] No. 17 pp. 109–114 Private Henry B.S.Gullett (1914–1999);

Lambrigg, Tharwa – Wikipedia; Something arty in garden of delight; William Farrer – Lambrigg Station

1890s Stately structured
National Botanic Gardens Clunies Ross St, Acton ACT 2601 ACT ABGG[1] No. 36 TGGA[2] No. 73 pp. 205–214 pp. 180–181 Public Maps of the Australian National Botanic Gardens;

Australian National Botanic Gardens – Botanical Web Portal; Australian National Botanic Gardens – Wikipedia; Australian National Botanic Gardens – home page; Australian National Botanic Gardens – visiting; What's on – Australian National Botanic Gardens – Parks Australia;

Dry climate
Tulip Tops 20 Old Federal Highway via Sutton, Southern Highlands, NSW. ACT ACG[4] No. 5. pp. 40–47 Private Tulip Top Gardens;

Admission-Refreshments-Menu-Prices – Tulip Top Gardens; Tulip Top Gardens 2016 – Canberra – WeekendNotes; Tulip Top Gardens (Sutton, Australia): Top Tips Before You Go.; Disappointed Floriade flower fans laud Tulip Top – Canberra Times; Tulip Top Gardens – Facebook;

Wild Garden, Yarralumla Dunrossil Drive, Yarralumla, Canberra ACT ACT GIT[5] No. 17 pp. 76–77 Private For planting by Lady Gowrie and her friend, Ethel Cummins. 1938 Edna Walling

Heritage and renowned gardens of New South Wales

Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney 13 September 2015
Tulip Festival in Bowral 23 September 2011
Centennial Park, Sydney 3 June 2007
ID Name Address State Source code Source detail Access References Year Style
Admiralty House 109 Kirribilli Avenue, Kirribilli, NSW 2061 NSW TGGA[2] No. 54 GGA[2] No. 14 pp. 124–127 pp. 118–121 Private Admiralty House, Sydney – Wikipedia;

Admiralty House – Governor-General of the Commonwealth of Australia; Admiralty House – The Australiana Fund; Admiralty House – NSW Environment & Heritage; Admiralty House Open Day – Sydney Morning Herald;

Albury Botanic Gardens Smollett Street and Wodonga Place, Albury NSW 2640 NSW TGGA[2] No. 24 pp. 64–65 Public Albury Botanic Gardens;

Albury Botanic Gardens – Albury Wodonga Australia

Tumut Garden Alex Stockwell Gardens 24 Richmond St, Tumut NSW 2720 NSW TGGA[2] pp. 144–145 Private Tumut Stockwell Gardens;

Think Creative Video – Tumut Stockwell Gardens

Village Garden Bayview Garden Village 36–42 Cabbage Tree Road, Bayview NSW 2104 NSW ABGG[1] # 52 pp. 281–282 Private Aveo Bayview Gardens, Bayview Retirement Village Warm climate
Spectacular Holiday Home setting Berrara Kirby's Beach, Berrara, South Coast NSW NSW ACGM[6] No. 13. pp. 196–211 Private Indicative neighbouring locations:

$9 million NSW South Coast property; Beautiful Bunky's By The Sea;

Birkenburn 3582 Kings Highway, Bungendore NSW 2621 NSW GGA[2] No. 33 pp. 192–194 Private Birkenburn Farm, Bungendore, NSW on Flickr;

Historic Bungendore property sliced up for bush retreats

Bisley 102 Mount Irvine Rd, Mount Wilson NSW 2786 NSW ACG[4] No. 11 pp. 78–85 Private Beverly and Graham Thompson;

Bisley garden at Mt Wilson – GardenDrum Bisley Mount Wilson – The Gardening Magazine; Secret Gardens On Display at Mount Wilson Festival – Blue Mountains ;

Cool climate
Homestead Garden Blackdown Homestead 90 Eleven Mile Drive, Bathurst, NSW NSW ACWG[7] pp. 52–59 Private Artist Tim Storrier; Bathurst's Blackdown Homestead – Old estates for sale;

90 Eleven Mile Drive, Bathurst, NSW 2795 – Property Details; Archibald Prize winner sells his Eleven Mile Drive gem;

Bobundara 3061 Maffra Road, Bobundara, near Cooma, NSW NSW USACG[3] No. 1 pp. 1–9 Private Percy F.S. Spence (1868–1933); Bobundara -NSW Environment & Heritage 1949 Cool climate
Bolaro Station Adaminaby NSW 2630 NSW USACG[3] No. 2 pp. 10–12 Private Patrick White (1912–1990);

Bolaro Station near Adaminaby

Boomerang Billyard Ave, Elizabeth Bay NSW 2011 NSW PG[8] No. 10 pp. 172–185 Very Private Boomerang, Elizabeth Bay – Wikipedia;

For Sale 2016; NSW Heritage Register; Boomerang, the $60 million Elizabeth Bay harbourfront ;

Myles Baldwin, Spanish mission
Royal Botanic Gardens Botanic Gardens Sydney NSW TGGA[2] No. 79 pp. 196–201 Public Royal Botanic Garden;

Royal Botanic Garden and the Domain; Royal Botanic Garden, Sydney – Wikipedia

Temperate, Cool climate

Associated Gardens:

Brindabella Station 308 Brindabella Valley Rd, Brindabella NSW 2611 NSW USACG[3] No. 4 pp. 21–26 Private Miles Franklin (1879–1954);

Home Brindabella station; Brindabella Station – VisitCanberra; Brindabella Station – Wikipedia;

1890s Cool climate
Bronte House 470 Bronte Road, Bronte NSW PG[8] No. 5 pp. 104–119 Private Bronte House – Wikipedia;

Bronte House – Register of the National Estate; Bronte House Gardens: NSW Heritage;

Victorian, gardenesque
Colonial Farm near Camden Brownlow Hill Estate Loop Road, Orangeville, NSW 2570 NSW ABGG pp. 235–238 Private Brownlow Hill, New South Wales – Wikipedia;

Brownlow Hill Estate – NSW Heritage;

Warm climate
Burrawang Pittwater NSW ABGG[1] #51 pp. 279–280 Private Dr Mary Gilder; E M (Mary) Gilder Scholarship

Established in 1997 by a donation from Dorothy Gilder in memory of her sister Dr. Mary Gilder who graduated BSc in 1943 and MBBS (Honours) in 1959, despite suffering the effects of polio from the age of six years.

Warm climate
Buskers End 14 St Clair St, Bowral NSW 2576 NSW ACWG[7] #4 pp. 34–41 Private Joan Arnold; Sale and photos;

'Buskers End', Bowral NSW – The Gardening Magazine; A touch of genus – The Australian;

Cambawarra Coolah NSW 2843 (Warrumbungle Shire) NSW RGA[9] No. 33 pp. 192–195 Private Nan Stibbard; Roses, wine
Centennial Parklands Grand Drive, Centennial Park NSW 2021 NSW TGGA[2] No. 41 p. 97 Public Centennial Parklands: Home;

Centennial Park, New South Wales – Wikipedia;

1901 Federation style
Chinoiserie Southern Highlands NSW ACG[4] No. 4 pp. 34–49 Private Welcome to Chinoiserie B&B and Gardens;

Chinoiserie – the Southern Highlands of NSW; Chinoiserie – Facebook;

Chinese style
Comfort Hill Hume Highway, Sutton Forest, Southern Highlands NSW PG[8] No. 12 pp. 202–211 Private Sutton Forest farm sells for record $14m; 1840s Homestead
Private garden Coolah Creek Homestead Coolah Creek Road, Coolah, NSW 2843 NSW PGA[10] No. 5 ACWG[7] pp. 32–37 pp. 68–75 Private Judy Arnott (1933–2016); Coolah – SMH;
Coolringdon Homestead 1432 Kosciuszko Road, Coolringdon, NSW 2630 NSW USACG[3] No. 7 pp. 39–46 Private Betty Casey Litchfield (1907–1999);

Coolringdon | NSW Environment & Heritage; Coolringdon Homestead – Visit Cooma;

1823 Cool climate
Corbett Gardens Wingecarribee St, Bowral NSW 2576 NSW TGGA[2] No. 74 pp. 182–183 Public Tulip Time;

Corbett Gardens – AroundYou; Corbett Gardens – Bowral Attraction – NSW

Cool climate, Tulips
Cowra Japanese Garden and Cultural Centre Ken Nakajima Place, Cowra NSW NSW Web Cowra Japanese Gardens Public Multi award-winning Cowra Japanese Garden;

Cowra Japanese Garden – Australian National Botanic Gardens;

1979 Japanese
Denham Court Homestead 238 Campbelltown Road Denham Court, NSW 2565 NSW USACG[3] No. 8 pp. 47–54 Private Hardy Wilson (1881–1955); Sale & Photos;

Denham Court, New South Wales – Wikipedia;

Dulwich Estate Singleton, Hunter Valley NSW NSW RGA[9] No. 31 pp. 187–190 Private Doreen Hall; Hunter Valley Gardens Rose Spectacular;

Historic Singleton Rose Festival (now Flower Festival); Hunter Valley Settler James Glennie – Dulwich – Free Settler or Felon?;

1870 Roses, wine
Durham Hall 666 Majors Creek Road, Jembaicumbene, Southern Highlands (near Braidwood) NSW NSW RGA[9] No. 35 pp. 203–209 Private Durham Hall Garden – Register of the National Estate; Durham Hall 2014 | Braidwood Open Gardens;

Jembaicumbene, New South Wales – Wikipedia; Open gardens – Rare glimpse of Braidwood gardens;

1840s Roses, Old, basically unaltered in design
E.G. Waterhouse National Camellia Garden President Ave, Caringbah South NSW 2229 NSW ABGG[1] No. 46 TGGA[2] pp. 255–258 pp. 100–105 Public E G Waterhouse National Camellia Garden;

EG Waterhouse National Camellia Garden – Sydney South Attraction; E.G. Waterhouse Camellia Gardens – Sydney – WeekendNotes; E.G Waterhouse National Camellia Gardens – Sutherland Shire;

Warm?/Cool climate
Elizabeth Bay House 7 Onslow Avenue, Elizabeth Bay, NSW 2011 NSW TGGA[2] No. 15 pp. 44–47 Public The Arthur McElhone Reserve, a tranquil garden of Elizabeth Bay House;

Elizabeth Bay House 7–9 Onslow Ave – National Heritage; Elizabeth Bay House – Sydney Living Museums; Elizabeth Bay House – Potts Point And Woolloomooloo – Sydney;

Tranquil, with grotto
Emu Creek Estate Emu Creek Rd, Walcha NSW 2354 NSW ACWG[7] No. 9 pp. 76–83 Private Annette Gill;

Heritage homestead, out-buildings and woolshed: Emu Creek – NSW Environment & Heritage; now extended in Federation Bungalow style. Golden Bale Award 1977 for the finest wool in the world, also Zegna Award.

Influenced by Beatrice Bligh.
Eryldene, home of E.G. Waterhouse 17 McIntosh St, Gordon NSW 2072 NSW GGA[2] No. 19 TGGA[2] pp. 140–145 pp. 56–59 Public Eryldene Historic House and Garden;

Eryldene, Gordon – Wikipedia; Eryldene – NSW Heritage;

Everglades 37 Everglades Avenue Leura 2780 NSW NSW ABGG[1] No. 10 TGGA[2] pp. 71–78 pp. 50–53 Public Everglades House & Gardens – National Trust 1930s Temperate, Paul Sorensen
Floral Clock Bradleys Head Road, Taronga Zoo NSW TGGA[2] #51 p. 121 Public The Floral Clock – Taronga Zoo;

Floral Clock @ Taronga Zoo – Sydney – by Alia Tarsoo – WeekendNotes; Garden oddities – floral clocks – Garden Travel Hub; Taronga Zoo – Upper & Lower Entrance Gates, Elephant House; Floral clock at Taronga Park Zoo, Sydney – Photo taken from – Flickr;

Frensham Range Rd, Mittagong NSW 2575 NSW USACG[3] No. 13 pp. 81–86 Private Harold Cazneaux (1878–1953); Harold Cazneaux – Wikipedia;

Cazneaux Collection | National Library of Australia; Frensham School – Wikipedia; Frensham Mittagong – Southern Highlands Online

Gidleigh Station Gidleigh Lane, Bungendore NSW 2621 NSW USACG[3] No. 14 pp. 87–94 Private Helen Rutledge, author of My grandfather's House. Recollections of an Australian Family who lived at Rona, Bellevue Hill, NSW.

Portrait of Lady Knox, c. 1927–29 by W B McInnes; Gidleigh 'Lost' WW1 Memorial Trees; Obituary – William Forster Rutledge; Bungendore – New South Wales;

1840s Edwardian
One of Australia's finest gardens – 2017 Publication: "House and Garden at Glenmore" Glenmore House Moores Way, Glenmore NSW 2570 (Razorback Range, Camden NSW) NSW ACG[4] pp. 60–65 Private Garden Fair at Glenmore House, Camden;
About Mickey Robertson; About Glenmore House;

Glenmore House, Kitchen Gardening and Seasonal Cooking – Home; [PDF garden – CAMDEN NSW – Glenmore House; [PDF Australian Country – Glenmore House;

Gleniffer Brae Murphys Avenue, Keiraville NSW 2500 NSW Web Uni Wollongong NSW Public Paul Sorensen and the Gleniffer Brae Gardens;

History of Gleniffer Brae; Gleniffer Brae – NSW Environment & Heritage; Gleniffer Brae – NSW Environment & Heritage;

Remnant historic garden Paul Sorensen
Government House Macquarie St, Sydney NSW 2000 NSW TGGA[2] #28 pp. 72–77 Private Government House, and Garden Conservatorium Road, Sydney, NSW;
Government House – Governor of New South Wales;

Government House – Sydney Living Museums; Government House, Sydney – Wikipedia;

1847 Park setting
Gowan Brae Burradoo, near Bowral, NSW NSW RGA[9] No. 8 pp. 62–74 Private Colour co-ordinated tapestry of flowers; Florist Heather Cant Roses, floristry
Greenwood Sydney NSW PGA[10] No. 7 pp. 43–46 Private Dalrymple-Hay Nature Reserve; Elisabeth Longhurst; Nature reserve
Haxted Homestead Tilba Tilba, South Coast, NSW NSW ACGM[6] #3 pp. 44–59 Private Dame Zara's "ghost house," Haxstead, at Tilba Tilba;

Taken at Tilba – National Library of Australia; YouTube – Tilba Tilba Gardens;

Highlands Garden 9 Highlands Avenue, Wahroonga NSW NSW TGGA[2] p. 82 Private Sale and Photos: 9 Highlands Avenue Edwardian garden

(Indicative picture only)

Hillview Old Illawarra Highway, Sutton Forest NSW

also supposed to be at 12–14 School Lane, Exeter NSW 2579

NSW PGA[10] # 10 pp. 58–63 Private NSW Heritage – Hillview Sutton Forest;

NSW governors' country home: Hillview; Sculpture at Hillview; YouTube Video;

Holman House Dover Heights NSW ACGM[6] No. 2 pp. 30–43 Private Holman House – jane irwin landscape architecture;

Holman House by Durbach Block Jaggers – Dezeen; Holman House, Dover Heights – Wikipedia; THE HOLMAN HOUSE – Habitusliving.com; On the cliffs of Dover – Cover Story – www.smh.com.au;

Modern Extreme coastal
Hyde Park Hyde Park – City of Sydney NSW TGGA[2] No. 8 p. 33 Public Hyde Park – Sydney – Wikipedia;
Hyde Park – City of Sydney;
Edwardian Garden Ingleneuk 19 Bennett Street, Cremorne, NSW 2090 NSW PG[8] No. 7 pp. 136–145 Private Ingleneuk – NSW Heritage; Edwardian, arts and crafts
Kalua 38 Florida Road, Palm Beach NSW; also at 37 Ocean Road, Palm Beach NSW 2108 NSW ACGM[6] No. 15 pp. 226–239 Private Kalua is the largest and most prestigious property at Palm Beach (incl gallery);

$25m price tag on Palm Beach mansion; Palatial Palm Beach property sells for $25m – Domain; Laurie Sutton the kingpin of Sydney property as he swaps Mosman for Palm Beach;

1920s Coastal
Kennerton Green Mittagong, in the Southern Highlands NSW ABGG[1] No. 5 pp. 43–50 Private Australia's only 20th-century listing in the Oxford Companion to Australian Gardens.

Past owners include Marylyn Abbott, and Lady (Susan) Renouf. Garden at Kennerton Green; Sale and Photos; Kennerton Green – Burke's Backyard;

Kildrummie Homestead Kildrummie Homestead, 26 Halford Drive, Holbrook NSW 2644 NSW GIT[5] No. 20 pp. 84–87 Private For the Carnegie family – Mr Douglas and Mrs Margaret Carnegie (1910–2002) Obituary;

English elms and Poplars allowed to sucker into a woodland; Rammed earth (pise) construction in 1948; courtyard, stone walls by Edna Walling.

1948 Edna Walling
Kiloren 1 Hay Street, Crookwell, NSW 2583 NSW GIT[5] No. 23 pp. 96–101 Private Dr and Mrs Broadbent;

Edna Walling garden for sale at Crookwell's Kiloren – Property Observer; The Garden — Kiloren; 1 Hay Street, Crookwell, NSW 2583 – Property Details; Crookwell Memorial Park Rose Garden, New South Wales; Living with Edna Walling – at Kiloren – GardenDrum; Open Gardens in Crookwell, Laggan, Binda NSW | Markdale | Kiloren;

1951 Edna Walling
Lindesay 1 Carthona Ave, Darling Point NSW 2027 NSW ABGG[1] No. 48 pp. 263–268 Private Lindesay – National Trust;

Lindesay, Darling Point – Wikipedia;

Warm climate
Lindfield Park, House and Garden 53–55 Farrer Rd, Mount Wilson NSW 2786 NSW TGGA[2] No. 70 pp. 168–173 Private Mw024 : Lindfield Park – NSW Environment & Heritage;

Mount Wilson & Mount Irvine – Blue Mountains Australia; Mount Wilson and Mount Irvine | Katoomba Area Attraction – Visit NSW;

1960–1970 Terraced, Cool climate
Lisgar Gardens 23 Lisgar Rd, Hornsby NSW 2077 NSW TGGA[2] No. 30 pp. 80–81 Public One of Sydney's "Secret Gardens";

Lisgar Gardens – Sydney – WeekendNotes; Where are the Best Hidden Gardens in Hornsby? Lisgar Gardens | Hawkesbury Attraction – Sydney; Lisgar Gardens – Hornsby Shire Council;

Mahratta 25 Fox Valley Rd, Wahroonga NSW 2076 NSW Web Friends of Mahratta Public The Garden – Mahratta;

Welcome to Friends of Mahratta; Australia's master gardener: Paul Sorensen and his gardens;

1941 Paul Sorensen
One of Edna Walling's most famous garden designs, and one of the great country gardens of Australia. Markdale Binda, nr Crookwell NSW 2583 NSW RAG[11] PGA[10] GGA[2] ACG[4] pp. 216–227 pp. 64–69 pp. 172–177 pp. 158–162 Private Markdale Homestead; Ashtons;

Markdale Homestead – Crookwell Accommodation – Visit NSW; Large Scale Iconic Property BINDA For Sale View – Colliers International; Retford Park and Markdale: Glorious gardens to thrive beyond Open; Historic Southern Tablelands farm Markdale relisted – Property Observer; Gardening Australia – Fact Sheet: 'Markdale' – ABC; Markdale – Edna Walling Garden; Historic Southern Tablelands farm Markdale;

1920s Edna Walling
Modern Garden Design Mary Slade's Garden 1483 Peats Ridge Rd, Peats Ridge NSW 2250 NSW ACWG[7] pp. 28–33 Private Mary Slade, Paul Sorensen; Paul Sorensen
Mayfield Garden 530 Mayfield Road Oberon NSW 2787 NSW ACG[4] No. 1 pp. 8–17 Public and private One of the largest privately owned cool-climate gardens in the world – Welcome to Mayfield Garden;

Mayfield Garden Open Days; Mayfield Garden | Facebook; Garrick Hawkins' Mayfield Gardens in Oberon;

1976 Large
McHattie Park William St & Keppel St, Bathurst NSW 2795 NSW TGGA[2] #62 pp. 148–151 Public Machattie Park – Bathurst Regional Council;

Machattie Park, Bathurst NSW; Dr. Richard Machattie (Machattie Park);

1890 Victorian ccol climate
Micalago (Michelago) Station Michelago, NSW 2620 NSW USACG[3] No. 18 GGA[12] pp. 115–122 pp. 146–151 Private George Lambert 1873–1930;

Michelago – Wikipedia; Michelago Station – NSW Heritage; George Washington Lambert – Wikipedia;

1835 Garden rooms
Cool climate Garden Milton Park (Mansfield's Farm) Horderns Rd, Bowral NSW 2575 NSW GGA[12] No. 18 ABGG[1] TGGA[2] pp. 134–139 pp. 55–62 pp. 158–161 Private Anthony Hordern; Architects Morrow and De Putron; Edwina an Peter Baillieu;

Milton Park Country House Hotel & Spa; Milton Park – Southern Highlands Leading Luxury Hotel & Spa; Milton Park – Open Garden

1910 Temperate?
Mirani Walcha, NSW, 2354 NSW ACWG[7] No. 10 pp. 84–91 Private The area around Mirani was bought by Abraham Nivison in 1839 as part of the "Ohio" run.

Over 160 years later it is being run by his descendants, Hugh and Felicity Nivison.

1850s Dry climate
"The best garden in the Highlands" Moidart Nurseries 19–21 Eridge Park Road, Burradoo NSW 2576 (Southern Highlands) NSW PG[8] No. 9 pp. 158–167 Private Open Gardens: The best garden in the Highlands;

Open Gardens – MOIDART, Burradoo;

1930s Edwardian, arts and crafts
Mount Wilson Gardens Mount Wilson NSW GGA[12] No. 10 pp. 90–99 Private Mount Wilson, New South Wales – Wikipedia;

Historic Mt Wilson & Mt Irvine;

Cool climate
Nooroo 11–15 Church Lane, Mount Wilson NSW 2786 NSW PGA[10] No. 9 ABGG[1] TGGA[2] pp. 52–57, pp. 109–116 p. 26–29 Private Nooroo – Mt Wilson; Photo Gallery Nooroo – Mt Wilson; 1880 Temperate, formal, English
Old Government House Parramatta Park Pitt St, Parramatta NSW 2150 NSW RGA[9] No. 29 p. 184 Public Old Government House | National Trust;

Old Government House, Parramatta – Wikipedia; Old Government House; MGNSW – Old Government House of NSW;

Roses, labour
Rose Garden at Orange Church, (ex-Shadforth) Orange Botanic Gardens, 1 Yellow Box Way, Orange NSW 2800 NSW RGA[9] No. 30 pp. 185–186 Public Botanic Gardens – Orange City Council;

Orange Botanic Gardens – Orange Attraction – Visit NSW; Orange Botanic Gardens – Facebook;

Roses, labour
Pejar Park Woodhouselee, Crookwell NSW USACG[3] No. 20 pp. 129–134 Private Renowned garden lecturer and historian Beatrice Bligh (1916–1973); 1940s Champion Homestead Garden
Philippa Thompson's Garden Bathurst NSW ACWG[7] #7 pp. 60–67 Private Paul Sorensen; 1982, 1985 Heritage Rose Conference Paul Sorensen
Pomeroy Station 2215 Range Road, Bannister, Southern Tablelands NSW 2580 NSW ACG[4] No. 18 pp. 124–129 Private Ina Atkins; (Australian Country magazine) 1840s Cool climate
Possumwood Robertson, NSW NSW RAG[11] No. 4 pp. 70–83 Private Possumwood – The Garden Clinic; Change of direction – Garden Life Cool climate
Prittlewell Bodycotts Lane, Fitzroy Falls, Southern Highlands NSW ACG[4] No. 20 pp. 136–141 Private 'Prittlewell' an amazing country estate on 29 acres;

Property developer Tim Copes offers up his dream home – Domain; Operculum – Southern Highlands Botanic Gardens;

Cool climate
One of the world's best gardens Red Cow Farm Illawarra Hwy, Sutton Forest NSW 2577, near Bowral NSW RGA[9] pp. 86–94 Private Ali Mentesh is part owner and designer of reputably one of the world's best gardens, Red Cow Farm;

TripAdvisor Reviews; Monastery Garden – Burke's Backyard; Eat,drink+be Kerry A gardener's delight – Red Cow Farm; Red Cow Farm garden – Garden Drum;

1820s, 1992 Roses, highlands
Redbrow Garden Guesthouse 1143 Nanima Rd, Murrumbateman NSW 2582; near Hall, Canberra ACT NSW ACG[4] No. 23 pp. 152–157 Private David and Elisabeth Judge;

Eight years of drought; Homepage: Redbrow Garden – Canberra Bed and Breakfast;

One of Australia's finest gardens Retford Park Bowral NSW 2576 NSW GGA[12] No. 9 pp. 86–91 Public "Retford Park" – One of Australia's finest gardens;

James Fairfax has gifted his Retford Park in the Southern Highlands to the NSW National Trust;

1887 Cool climate garden estate
Robinwood 42 Oxley Drive, Bowral NSW 2576 NSW TGGA[2] No. 48 pp. 116–117 Private Sale and photos;

Roll in Tulip Time;

Rona 2 Ginahgulla Road, Bellevue Hill NSW PG[8] No. 4 pp. 90–103 Private Rona renaissance; Rona, Bellevue Hill – Wikipedia; Rona Sale Video; Victorian, gardenesque
Rumsey Rose Garden Parramatta Park, Parramatta NSW NSW Web [1] Public Rumsey Rose Garden and Murray Gardens;

Rumsey Rose Garden, Parramatta Park – Facebook; Parramatta Park and Old Government House | NSW Environment; Parramatta Park – Discover Parramatta; NSW Heritage: Parramatta Park and Old Government House;

1857 Roses
Sam's Way Bilpin, Bell's Line of Road, (Botanists' Way), City of the Blue Mountains NSW NSW TGGA[2] No. 40 p. 96 Public Sams Way, Mountain Lagoon;

A beautiful walk along a quiet country lane, magnificent colours in Autumn. Kurrajong DISCOVERY TRAIL;

Cool climate
Sefton Cottage 21 Church Lane, Mount Wilson NSW 2786 NSW TGGA[2] No. 20 p. 55 Private Sefton Cottage – Mt Wilson;

Mw018 : Sefton Cottage – NSW Environment & Heritage;

Cool climate
Springfield Braidwood Road, Tirrannaville, Goulburn NSW GGA[12] pp. 70–73 Private NSW Heritage: Springfield Homestead, Outbuildings, Gardens;

Station Collection; Springfield estate group; History: lock, stock and barrel – National – smh.com.au; The (amazing) Springfield collection – National Museum of Australia; – Biography – William Pitt Faithfull;

1828, Property sold 2006 Dry climate
Old Rose Garden St Aubins St Aubins Road, Scone NSW RGA[9] pp. 49–52 Private St Aubins House St Aubins Road Scone, NSW – Aust Heritage; 1887–1890 Roses, walled
St Kevin's 117 Queen Street Woollahra NSW NSW ABGG[1] No. 38 pp. 223–226 Private Queen Anne style; PM Paul Keating; Arts director Leo Schofield; Photos;

Keatings to quit Woollahra home (2005); Keating staying at St Kevins (2007); Long live the queen! Queen Victoria's Queen Street, Woollahra; Woollahra Style Suburb of Sydney;

1892, 1976 Warm climate, federation garden
The Sisters of Mercy Sacred Spaces, 30 Queen Street, Singleton, Hunter Valley, NSW 2330 NSW RGA[9] No. 32 pp. 190–192 Public Sacred Spaces Singleton; Roses, wine
Vaucluse House 69A Wentworth Rd, Vaucluse NSW 2030 NSW TGGA[2] No. 37 pp. 90–92 Public Vaucluse House – Sydney Living Museums;

Vaucluse House – Wikipedia; Vaucluse House Tearooms: Home;

Wanna Wanna Homestead 149 Wanna Wanna Rd, Carwoola, NSW (near Queanbeyan) NSW RAG[9] No. 6 pp. 101–115 Private Open Garden at Wanna Wanna Homestead;

NSW Heritage – Wanna Wanna Homestead, Garden and Outbuildings Group;

Roses, perennials, lake
Wattle Ridge 700 Wattle Ridge Road, Wattle Ridge NSW 2575 NSW RAG[11] pp. 228–239 Private Wattle Ridge-Welcome; 1998 Paul Bangay
Wildes Meadow 'The Katon House', Wildes Meadow, near Bowral NSW 2577 NSW RAG[11] No. 12 pp. 186–197 Private ‘The Katon House’, Wildes Meadow; 2011 Minimalist
Wildwood 29 Powells Road Bilpin NSW 2758 NSW ACG[4] No. 22 pp. 146–151 Private Wayne and Sue Tapping;

Wildwood Garden Imagery – Wildwood Garden;

1980 Formal, wild
Winter Hill (Tree Farm) 2233 Canyonleigh Rd, Canyonleigh NSW 2577 NSW ACG[4] No. 2 pp. 18–25 Private Winter Hill Tree Farm; 1994 Arboretum
Wisteria Gardens Parramatta Psychiatric Centre, 5 Fleet Street, Parramatta, NSW 2150 NSW ABGG[1] No. 43 TGGA[2] pp. 243–248 pp. 136–139 Public Cumberland District Hospital Group – NSW Environment & Heritage;

Blooming Wisteria spring festival – WSLHD – NSW Govt.; Take a walk among the wisteria; GALLERY: Wisteria Gardens in full bloom – Parramatta Sun; A Vision For North Parramatta – National Trust;

Warm climate
Withycombe (Beowang) 1–9 Church Lane, Mount Wilson NSW 2786 NSW TGGA[2] No. 36 p. 89 Private Withycombe – Landsberg Gardens;

The Whites in Mt Wilson; Mw017 : Withycombe – NSW Environment & Heritage;

1920s Exotic trees (White family)
Woomargama Woomargama Way, Woomargama (Riverina) NSW 2644 NSW RGA[9] No. 24 GGA[12] RAG[11] p. 157–159 pp. 188–189 pp. 28–43 Private Woomargama Station – Facebook;

Woomargama – Wikipedia; Royal Visits: Charles and Diana; William and Kate with baby George;

1881 Grey, knot, roses, grace, Guilfoyle, perennials, haha,
Wyldefel Gardens 8A Wylde Street, Potts Point, NSW 2011 NSW PG[8] No. 13 pp. 216–227 Public Radical Terrace — Wyldefel Gardens;

Wyldefel Gardens streamline moderne;

1930s Art Deco, modernist
Wynstay 68–78 The Avenue, Mount Wilson, NSW 2786 NSW TGGA[2] No. 68 p. 163 Private Wynstay – Mt Wilson;

Gardens – Mt Wilson; Wynstay Estate – NSW Environment & Heritage; Turkish Bath Museum;


"One of 'world's most beautiful gardens"

Yarrawa Region Street, Burrawang, Southern Highlands NSW Australia 2577 NSW ACG[4] No. 15 pp. 106–113 Private Bruce Rosenberg, retired stockbroker;

Burrawang garden one of 'world's most beautiful' – Southern Highlands; Less is more delight – The Australian;

1994 Regularly open to visitors
Yengo Sculpture Garden Queens Ave, Mt Wilson, NSW NSW TGGA[2] No. 25 pp. 66–67 Private Yengo Sculpture Gardens – Mt Wilson;

Gardens – Mt Wilson; Blue Mountains Open Gardens – Blue Mountains Australia

Azure Kingfisher (Alcedo azurea) on the South Alligator River in Kakadu (NT) 2015
Aerial view of Mount Borradail, Kakadu National Park 2007 Tourism NT
Mist at Yellow Water billabong – Kakadu National Park 2007 Tourism NT

Heritage Gardens in the Northern Territory

ID Name Address State Source code Source detail Access References Year Style
Botanic Gardens The Gardens Darwin NT 0820 NT TGGA No. 67 p. 162 Public George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens – NT.GOV.AU;

George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens;

Elsey Station 1 Roper Terrace, Mataranka NT 0852 NT USACG No. 11 pp. 67–72 Private Jeannie Gunn (1870–1961);

Elsey Station – Wikipedia; Elsey Station Northern Territory; Old Elsey Station; "We of the Never Never"

Wild Garden at the Top End Kakadu National Park, Kakadu Hwy, Jabiru NT 0886 NT ABGG pp. 283–288 Public Kakadu National Park – Parks Australia;

Welcome to Kakadu National Park;

Warm climate
Tamborine Mountain Botanic Gardens, Tamborine Mountain, Queensland, May 2014
Mt. Coot-tha Botanic garden mosaic
Lamington national park sunset
Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage 2005

Heritage gardens of Queensland

ID Name Address State Source code Source detail Access References Year Style
Botanic Gardens Alice St, Brisbane City QLD 4000 QLD TGGA No. 14 pp. 42–43 Public City Botanic Gardens;
Canning Downs Junabee Road Warwick Qld 4370 QLD USACG No. 6 pp. 33–38 Private Edna Walling (1895–1973); Canning Downs;

Canning Downs – Wikipedia;

Cascade Water Gardens Gold Coast QLD TGGA No. 9 pp. 34–35 Public City of Gold Coast – Cascade Gardens;
Currimundi Sunshine Coast QLD ACGM No. 16 pp. 240–253 Private Coastal
Dr and Mrs L.A. Boyce's Garden 6 Range Street, Mount Lofty, Toowoomba QLD QLD TGGA No. 53 p. 123 Private Boyce Gardens, The University of Queensland;

Boyce Gardens – Wikipedia; University of Queensland Boyce Estate Gardens – Toowoomba; Boyce Gardens – Environment, land and water – Queensland;

Franklyn Vale Franklin Vale Road,(Grandchester) Mount Mort, City of Ipswich, Queensland QLD USACG No. 12 pp. 73–80 Private Eirene Mort artist (1879–1977);

Franklyn Vale Homestead – Environment, land and water- QLD; Franklyn Vale Homestead – Wikipedia; Historical Facts Grandchester and District;

Government House 168 Fernberg Road, Paddington, Brisbane QLD 4064 QLD TGGA No. 65 pp. 154–157 Private Government House, Brisbane – Wikipedia;

Old Government House, Queensland – Wikipedia;

Gracemere Homestead 234 Gracemere Road, Gracemere, Rockhampton Region, QLD USACG pp. 95–100 Private The Archer Family at Rockhampton;

History of Rockhampton and Gracemere; Gracemere Homestead – Wikipedia; Gracemere Homestead – Queensland; Visiting Gracemere;

1874 Sub-tropical
Jimbour Station Homestead 86 Jimbour Station Road, Jimbour QLD 4406, near Dalby QLD ACWG No. 2 pp. 22–27 Private Jimbour Heritage Registered on the National Estate;

Jimbour – Jimbour House; http://jimbour.com/index.php/food-and-wine/jimbour-wines/;

Opera at Jimbour
Kyneton Station Barcaldine, Central Western Qld QLD ACG No. 3 pp. 26–33 Private A GARDEN IN THE OUTBACK – Australia Country Magazine;

Joceyln Chandler stands next to a tree she planted in the early 1980s; 35 years building a green cocoon on an outback Queensland cattle;

1980s Oasis
Leander Homestead Scotty Creek, Longreach QLD RAG No. 2 pp. 44–55 Private Map of Leander in Queensland 1915 Tropical, shade trees
Manutara Garden Manutara Cairns QLD PGA pp. 14–17 Private N/A Tropical
Mt Abundance Homestead Warrego Highway, Bungeworgorai, Maranoa Region, via Roma Queensland QLD USACG No. 19. pp. 123–128 Private Ludwig Leichhardt (1813–1848?);

Ludwig Leichhardt – Wikipedia; Mount Abundance Homestead – Wikipedia; Mount Abundance Homestead – QLD Heritage; Leichhardt Land – Mt Abundance;

Mt Coot-tha Botanical Gardens Mount Coot-Tha Rd, Toowong QLD 4066 QLD ABGG No. 49 pp. 269–272 Public Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt Coot-tha;

Brisbane Botanic Gardens – Mt-Coot-tha;

Warm climate
Garden at Nindooimbah House Nindooimbah House Nindooinbah House Road, Beaudesert, QLD QLD ACWG No. 1 pp. 14–21 Private Margaret & Patrick Hockey; 1906, 2005 Japanese, Edwardian
Nindooinbah Nindooinbah Connection Rd, Nindooinbah QLD 4285 QLD PGA No. 4 pp. 27–31 Private Heritage Registered on the National Estate;Nindooinbah Homestead History and Events; The New Black – Landline – ABC;

Nindooinbah: Queensland Season Launch for Open Gardens Australia;

Garden at Airlie Beach North Queensland Garden Airlie Beach QLD ABGG No. 42 pp. 239–242 Private Mrs Jenkins Warm climate
Garden at Old Schoolhouse 1170 Maleny-Stanley River Road, Maleny, Sunshine Coast QLD RAG pp. 128–141 Private Old Schoolhouse – ABC; Sale and Photos;

Maleny estate will enchant;

1986 Perennials, water garden, Grand Champion × 2
Pioneer Sugar Mill Plantation Brandon QLD GGA No. 13 pp. 114–117 Private
Queensland Bush Garden Green Mountains Botanical Gardens, Lamington National Park QLD ABGG No. 47 pp. 259–262 Public Lamington National Park, Green Mountains Section;

Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area ;

1966 Warm climate
Rainforest Garden Rainforest Garden Bingil Bay QLD PGA No. 2 pp. 18–22 Private N/A Rainforest
Rosedale Garden Rosedale Samford Valley, Queensland Hills QLD ACG pp. 70–77 Private
Tamborine Mountain Botanic Gardens Forsythia Drive, Tamborine Mountain QLD 4272 QLD ABGG No. 40 pp. 231–234 Public Private Garden replaced by the Public Garden listing –

Tamborine Mountain Botanic Gardens

Warm climate
Garden at Toowoomba, city of flowers Toowoomba Garden QLD ABGG pp. 249–250 Private Dennis Hill Warm climate

Heritage gardens in South Australia

ID Name Address State Source code Source detail Access References Year Style
Garden at 3G's 3G's, The Light House at Second Valley 7 Seacove Crescent, Second Valley, SA, 5204 SA ACGM No. 12 pp. 182–195 Private 3Gs, Fleurieu Coast – Visitor Information Centre;

The Light House @ Second Valley, a Second Valley House

Rose Garden at Al-Ru Al-Ru Farm 1016 One Tree Hill Rd, Sampson Flat SA 5114 SA RGA No. 36 ACWG p. 211 pp. 128–135 Private Ruth Irving; Al Ru Farm – Wedding Venue Adelaide – Premiere Wedding Venue;

Al Ru Farm – Facebook; Al Ru Farm, One Tree Hill – Open Gardens SA Inc.;

Roses, future
Beechwood Garden Beechwood Snows Rd, Stirling SA ABGG No. 33 pp. 187–192 Private Gardens of the Adelaide Hills;

Beechwood a grand piece of Victoriana; Growing for a century, the ultimate grand garden; Beechwood Garden Open Day

' Dry climate, botanic garden
Boat's End Garden Boat's End Garden 191 Adelaide Place, Currency Creek SA RAG No. 17 pp. 256–269 Private Boat's End, Currency Creek;

Boat's End: A world class naturalistic garden; Boat's End – ABC

2004 Naturalistic
Carrick Hill 46 Carrick Hill Dr, Springfield SA 5062 SA RGA pp. 177–183 Public Carrick Hill; Alister Clark rose garden;

Trevor Nottle – Heritage Rose Society;

Roses, labour
Casuarina Colourful Garden Casuarina Mylor SA RAG No. 10 pp. 158–171 Private Casuarina, Mylor – Open Gardens;

Casuarina Open Garden Mylor; Colourful Gardens Without Flowers

2000 Australian native garden
Coastal Garden Copper Gone House Moonta Bay SA ACGM pp. 138–151 Private Coastal
Garden at Coralfern Coralfern 15 Boyle Swamp Road Mylor, SA 5153 SA ABGG No. 28 pp. 167–170 Private Sale and photos; Dry climate
Ruston Rose Garden David Ruston's Garden Moorna Street, Renmark, S.A. SA RGA pp. 35–44 Private Ruston's Roses – Australia's Largest Rose Garden

Australia's foremost Rosearian, David Ruston World's largest rose garden – ABC; David Ruston – A Life With Roses; Meet: Senator Anne Ruston, rose garden owner – The Garden Clinic;

Mecca for Rose Lovers
Adam Lindsay Gordon Cottage Garden Dingley Dell Dingley Dell Conservation Park, Dingley Dell Road, Port MacDonnell South Australia 5291 SA USACG No. 9 pp. 55–60 Private Adam Lindsay Gordon (1833–1870);

Dingley Dell Cottage; Dingley Dell Conservation Park;

Garden at Fawley Fawley Balhannah, near Stirling, Adelaide Hill SA RAG No. 5 pp. 84–100 Private Sale & Photos; Visit to Fawley 2001 Perennials
Garden at Forest Lodge Forest Lodge 19 Pine Street Stirling SA PGA GGA ABGG pp. 184–189 pp. 108–113 pp. 199–204 Private Federation-House – Adelaide Federation Heritage;

Stirling home on heritage register; Walter Hervey Bagot (1880–1963)

Dry climate
The Garden on the Coastal Edge Garden on the Edge Cape Jervis SA ACGM No. 5 pp. 76–91 Private Artist Winnie Pelz; Fleurieu gardens open to the public;

Magazine interview with artist Winnie Pelz. – YouTube; Gardening on the edge – The Bliss Files;

Heritage Garden Hughes Park Hughes Park Road, Watervale SA 5452 (Clare Valley) SA RGA No. 17 pp. 119–124 Private Walter and Kaymaire Duncan. No longer an Open Garden – ([theheritagegarden.com.au/?page_id=2|Smelling roses]) Rose professionals
Lindsay Park Eden Valley Road, Angaston SA GGA pp. 62–65 Private Lindsay Park;

Lindsay Park – Homestead Complex; Lindsay Park- Australia Heritage; Lindsay Park sold

Romantic with wisteria walks, deer park
Garden at Mt George Mt George Stirling SA PGA No. 32 pp. 179–183 Private Mount George Conservation Park; Heyson Trail;
Heritage Garden Nurney House 126 – 133 Kingston Ave. North Adelaide; Rear at 232 – 246 Stanley Street North Adelaide SA SA GGA No. 21 pp. 152–153 Private Listed on SA Heritage Register; Stanley Street Stroll; Photo; 1849
Garden at Stirling Panmure B&B 32 Sturt Valley Rd Stirling SA 5152. SA PGA No. 34 pp. 190–195 Private Stirling Adelaide Hills; Stirling – South Australia;
Historic Garden The Cedars Heysen Road, Hahndorf SA 5245 SA USACG No. 21 pp. 135–142 Private Nora Heysen artist (1911–2003);

Heysen – The Cedars; Nora Heysen :: The Collection :: Art Gallery NSW

Rose Garden The Laurels 2 Hutchinson Street, Mount Barker SA 5251 SA RGA No. 18 pp. 124–128 Private A retirement village, George Thomson, rose breeder Rose professionals
Garden of Renown The Sampson Garden Glen Osmond SA RGA No. 16 pp. 113–117 Private Kaye and Dennis Sampson Terraced, roses, chance
Compact Garden Tickle Tank 24 Hill Street Mount Barker SA ACG No. 6 pp. 48–53 Private Tickle Tank – Facebook;

Tickle Tank Open Garden – Adelaide – WeekendNotes; SA LIFE – Tickle Tank;Tickle Tank – Video; Tickle Tank Open Garden – Rosehips and Rhubarb; Tickle Tank – Burke's Backyard;

Barossa Garden Valley Girl, Barossan Benchmark Koonunga Hill, Barossa Valley SA ACG No. 13 pp. 92–97 Private Cherie Hausler, Damian Feuerherdt; scullerymade.org;

Return journey to the beautiful Barossa – Adelaide Now – The Advertiser; My Houzz: Idyllic Hangout in the Barossa Valley; Homelife – Lovingly restored 160-year-old farmhouse in the Barossa ... ; Scullery Made stirs Barossa flavours – Farm Online; A BAROSSA VALLEY GIRL – Australia Country Magazine;

Veale Gardens Adelaide Parklands SA ABGG pp. 151–154 Public Veale Gardens Dry climate
Willyama 12 The Avenue, Medindie, SA 5081 SA PGA No. 31 pp. 174–178 Private Medindie Heritage; Historic 'Willyama'
Garden at Woodsoak Wines Woodsoak 9 Woolundry Road, Robe SA 5276 SA ACWG No. 15 pp. 120–127 Private The Woodsoak farming property has been in the Legoe family for over 60 years – Woodsoak Wines;
Louisa Anne Meredith (1812–1895) Born: Louisa Anne Twamley, Tasmanian poet and illustrator
Louisa Anne Meredith (1812–1895) Tasmanian miniaturist, watercolourist, engraver, poet, writer and botanist
Louisa Anne Meredith (1812–1895) Tasmanian poet and illustrator

Heritage gardens in Tasmania

ID Name Address State Source code Source detail Access References Year Style
Aurora Beach Cottage 31 Pedder Street, Seymour via Bicheno TAS 7215 TAS ACGM No. 14 pp. 212–225 Private Aurora Beach Cottage;

Aurora Beach Cottage, a Bicheno Cottage | Stayz; "Aurora Beach Cottage" Tasmania – Houses for Rent in Seymour ...; Aurora Beach Cottage – Discover Tasmania;

Heritage Renovation Beaufront 395 Tooms Lake Road, Ross TAS GGA pp. 54 –57 Private Beaufront – Country Houses;

Beaufront – Organisation;

Typical 19th-century design
Historic Home Bluegong 1226 Saundridge Road, Cressy TAS 7302 TAS ABGG pp. 63–66 Private n/a Temperate
Cambria 13566 Tasman Highway Swansea TAS USACG No. 5 pp. 27–32 Private Louisa Anne Meredith (1812–1895);

John Meredith (1822–1909); Sale and photos; National Heritage: Cambria Homestead and Outbuildings; Spring Bay-Heritage of Cranbrook-C2. Cambria House and outbuildings, 13566 Tasman Highway Swansea TAS Read more about Cambria; More illustrations by Louisa Anne Meredith in Wikimedia;

Among the Best! Culzean Gardens Culzean William Street, Westbury TAS 7303 TAS ABGG pp. 35–38 Private Named after a Scottish Castle... Culzean; Described as among the best of Australian temperate climate gardens

Culzean Gardens – Facebook;

1907 Temperate
Dunedin, garden of Annabel Scott Near Launceston, and Longford TAS ACWG No. 20 pp. 158–165 Private Spring is in the air – The Examiner;

Longford opens up to garden competition – The Examiner; Celebrating 25 years of Open Gardens Australia – ABC;

Sometimes open for charity
Rose Garden Esk Farm (formerly South Esk Cottage), Longford TAS RGA pp. 110–112 Private Richard, Sarah and Jo Johnston Roses, trees
Hawley House 68 Hawley Esplanade, Hawley Beach TAS 7307 TAS ACGM No. 8 pp. 122–137 Private Hawley House, Devonport and Port Sorell Accommodation, Tasmania;

Rooftop Bath – Hawley House; Hawley House, Heritage Boutique Hotel, Tasmania, Hawley Beach;

High Peak Keira near Hobart TAS PGA No. 28 pp. 158–161 Private Home of the Grant Family (built by Charles Henry Grant, described as 'pre-eminently a money making machine and successful speculator';

Federation House: High Peak, Keira Northern Architecture post High Peak; Sometimes the garden is open to visitors.

Restored cottage garden Judy's Cottages Hamilton TAS RGA pp. 79–85 Private Judy Madden; On The Convict Trail: Hamilton Gaol & Warders Cottage;

Hamilton's Cottage Collection also New Norfolk's Hamilton Cottages;

Roses, country
Longford Hall 70 Malcombe Street, Longford, TAS TAS RGA No. 20 pp. 139–144 Private Permanently Tasmanian Heritage Registered;

Planted by Rose Falkiner; David Austin Roses

Roses, David Austin Roses
Malahide Mangana Road, Fingal TAS PGA No. 27 RGA No. 1. pp. 152–157 pp. 9–16 Private The lady of Malahide Castle;

A tale of two Malahides; Talbot family

1976 Roses, Irish
Mawhera (spelt as 'Mawherra') 2 Mawhera Ave, Sandy Bay, TAS 7005 TAS ABGG No. 11 pp. 79–82 Private Sale and Photos; Temperate
Noreen's Garden Anstey Street, Longford TAS RGA No. 14 pp. 105–110 Private Noreen Dennis Roses, arches
Panshanger 366 Panshanger Road, Longford TAS RAG No. 3 ACWG No. 19. pp. 56–69 pp. 150–157 private Panshanger Estate – Discover Tasmania;

Panshanger Estate Accommodation – - Blooming Tasmania; Panshanger Estate Gardens – - Blooming Tasmania (Blooming Tasmania links are very slow)

1835 Park, borders
Red Hill Farm Deloraine TAS PGA No. 30 pp. 167–173 Private Sale and photos; 1845
Red Hills House and Garden, listed as Red Hill Farm 615 Mole Creek Road, Red Hills near Deloraine TAS TAS ACWG No. 21 RGA No. 13 pp. 166–171 pp. 89–92 Private Sale and Photos; 1951 Temperate
Richmond Hill Richmond TAS RGA No. 21 pp. 144–148 Private Pam Hutchins; David Austin Roses; Roses, David Austin
Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens Queens Domain, Hobart TAS ABGG No. 1 pp. 23–30 Public Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens;

Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens – Discover Tasmania; Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens – Wikipedia;

Symmons Plains Estate 15046 Midlands Highway. Perth, TAS 7300 TAS RGA No. 26 pp. 166–167 Private Youl family seat; Not owned by J.K.Rowling;
Youl family – Wikipedia; Youl Family history;

Symmons Plains on the market – The Examiner;

Roses, hybrid teas
Valleyfield Valleyfield Road, Epping Forest, near Campbell Town TAS RGA # 22. ACWG No. 17. pp. 149–155 Private Jenny Skerritt Taylor;

on Macquarie River, near Campbell Town. White rose garden; "The centre of Van Diemen's Land's fine wool industry" Note: Original house destroyed in the past.

Roses, space
Open for public tour Winton Campbell Town, Tasmania TAS ACWG No. 18 pp. 144–149 Private Book Title: Winton, Campbell Town;

Campbell Town – The Interactive Tour of Tasmania Winton estate has well-preserved buildings and attractive gardens that are open for public tour, with highlights including the woolshed and original blacksmiths shop with bellows and forge.

Attractive gardens
Woolmers 658 Woolmers Lane, Longford TAS GGA No. 2 pp. 58–61 Public Woolmers Estate – Tasmanian National Heritage; Woolmers Estate;

Rose Garden — Woolmers Estate; National Rose Garden at Woolmers – Discover Tasmania; YouTube:Rose festival at Woolmers Estate Longford Tasmania.

Victorian style
Magical Garden Wychwood 80 Den Rd, Mole Creek TAS 7304 TAS RAG No. 16 pp. 240–255 Public Wychwood Garden & Nursery;

Wychwood Garden and Nursery – Facebook; Tasmania's Wychwood garden; Wychwood: one of the world's most magical gardens; Youtube: Wychwood garden Autumn

1991 Magical!

Heritage and renowned gardens in Victoria

Rose 'Dettmann No 6' Pernetiana found in Dettmann's garden, Kyneton, Victoria
Frederick McCubbin Forest Macedon 1910
Autumn in the Dandenong Ranges 2011
Blackwood, Acacia melanoxylon. Ashbrook Park, Rowville Victoria Australia, September 2011
ID Name Address State Source code Source detail Access References Year Style
Ardgartan Branxholme, Western Districts VIC GIT[5] No. 10. ACWG[7] No. 12. pp. 46–49 pp. 100–105 Private Homelife – Western Victoria|Western Victorian garden by iconic Australian designer; (photo essay)

Western District Historic Gardens Open Day;

1935 Edna Walling
Bagnols 525 Tucks Road, Shoreham Mornington Peninsula VIC RAG[11] No. 9 pp. 142–157 Private Bagnols, Shoreham Paul Bangay formal garden
Beleura Mornington VIC GGA[2] No. 6 pp. 74–77 Private Beleura House and Garden in Mornington 1863
Bellarine Bellarine Peninsula, Victoria VIC ACGM[6] pp. 108–121 Private For Jocelyn Mitchell and husband (former owners of Mawallok);

Designed by Fiona Brockhoff; Bellarine Peninsula Garden Tour;

Benalla Botanical Gardens Bridge Street, Benalla, 3672 VIC PGA[10] No. 12 pp. 70–73 Private Benalla Botanical Gardens – Wikipedia;

The Benalla Botanical Gardens; Garden Guide web – Benalla;

Bickleigh Vale Bickleigh Vale Road, Mooroolbark VIC 3138 VIC GIT[5] No. 1 pp. 6–15 Private Edna Walling's Bickleigh Vale;

Bickleigh Vale Village; Heritage Listed Bickleigh Vale Buildings; Gardening Australia – Fact Sheet: Bickleigh Vale – ABC; e-Heritage; National Heritage;

1921 Edna Walling, Cottage Garden
Bindara Farm and Nursery Gooch's Lane, Kyneton VIC RGA[9] No. 7 pp. 53–61 Private Peter Lloyd; Kyneton – margaretgriffin;

Kyneton – Victoria – Australia – Travel – smh.com.au

Roses, granite boulders

"One of the finest gardens in Australia"

Bolobek 370 Mt Macedon Road Macedon VIC 3440 VIC PGA[10] No. 16. GGA[2] No. 32. RGA[9] No. 34. pp. 90–95 pp. 190–191 pp. 196–202 Private

Federation House – Edwardian Heritage Gardens; Bolobek Gardens; Joan Law-Smith; Bolobek Website; Fact Sheet: 'Bolobek' – ABC; The property known as Bolobek – VHD Bolobek House And Garden; 'Bolobek' – ABC; Bolobek Garden – Aust. Heritage; Hugh and Brigid Robertson; 'The Garden Within' book by Joan Law-Smith;

Roses, soul
Bontharambo Homestead 387 Boohaman Road Wangaratta VIC USACG[3] pp. 13–20 Private Nicholas Chevalier, artist (1828–1902);

Bontharambo Wangaratta eHeritage; Bontharambo Homestead VHD;

Boortkoi Garden Hexham, Chatsworth Road, Hexham, VIC VIC GIT[5] pp. 66–71 Private A Timeless Garden;

Boortkoi Hexham – Evolving Gardens; National Heritage Register; [PDF]Boortkoi – Victorian Heritage Database

1937 Edna Walling
Burnham Beeches House, Restaurant and Garden 1 Sherbrooke Road, Sherbrooke, Dandenong Ranges VIC ABGG[1] #14 pp. 93–98 Private Burnham Beeches, Sherbooke website; Burnham Beeches, Sherbooke - Wikipedia; 1929 Temperate
By a Billabong Dandenong Ranges: 1 Holden Rd, Olinda VIC 3788 VIC ACG[4] No. 19 pp. 130–135 Private Phillip Johnson, Landscape Designer;

Phillip Johnson Landscapes; Phillip Johnson Landscapes – Facebook; Phillip Johnson Landscapes;

Waterscape, native garden
Carnegie Garden 4 Grant Avenue, Toorak VIC VIC GIT[5] No. 16 pp. 72–75 Private For Mr Douglas and Mrs Margaret Carnegie (1910–2002);

The Carnegie family owned the property, Kildrummie; From c1958, 4 Grant Avenue was the home of Baillieu Myer.

1937 Edna Walling
Claremont House and Garden 143 Noble Street, Newtown, Geelong VIC RGA[9] No. 25 pp. 161–166 Private Home of the Gray family, National Trust Classified;

State Library Vic: Historical photos of Clarement garden; Brief History at Ancestry.com; Claremont – Victorian Heritage Database; Alister ClarkAlister Clark Rose breeder: "Lorraine Lee"plantings; cf. Rad.Tce. Geelong's Great Houses;

Roses, Hybrid Teas
Cloudehill Nursery 89 Olinda-Monbulk Rd, Olinda VIC 3788 (Dandenong Ranges) VIC RAG[11] No. 7 pp. 116–127 Public Cloudehill Gardens;

Cloudehill Gardens – Visit

1895 Garden nursery
Coniston Cope-Williams Winery, 160 Glenfern Road, Romsey 3434 VIC RGA[9] No. 2 pp. 17–26 Private Cope-Williams Winery Roses, English style
Country Garden Taradale 119 Phillips Rd, Taradale VIC 3447 VIC PGA[10] No. 2 pp. 124–127 Private Taradale House Estate;
World-famous garden Cruden Farm 60 Cranbourne Rd, Langwarrin VIC 3910 VIC PGA[10] No. 19, GGA[2] No. 25, PG[8] No. 11, GIT[5] No. 7, RGA[9] No. 12, ACWG[6] No. 11 pp. 106–111, pp. 164–169, pp. 190–201, pp. 32–35, pp. 95–102, pp. 92–99 Private Elisabeth Murdoch; Former Home of Dame Elizabeth Murdoch (1909–2012);

Aust Heritage Register – Cruden Farm Garden; YouTube: Burke' Backyard, Cruden Farm; Cruden Farm; Cruden Farm – The Garden Clinic;

1929 Edna Walling, roses, picking garden
Cuming Garden 161–163 Kooyong Road, Toorak VIC VIC GIT[5] No. 18 pp. 78–81 Private For Mrs R.A. Cuming;

Cuming Garden – National Heritage Register; Cuming Garden – Victorian Heritage Database; Heritage – Cuming Garden Pond;

1939 Edna Walling
Dalvui 4310 Mackinnons Bridge Road, Noorat VIC PGA[10] No. 23, GGA[2] No. 16 pp. 128–135, pp. 126–129 Private Federation-House – Dalvui, Terang, Vic;

Dalvui House & Garden – VHD; Dalvui – a grand Guilfoyle garden; William Guilfoyle;

1909 William Guilfoyle, Roses
Delatite Station 361 Delatite Road (also Lane), Mansfield VIC RAG[11] No. 11, PGA[10] No. 15, GGA[2] No. 4 pp. 172–185, pp. 85–89, pp. 66–69 Public Delatite Station – Accommodation Mansfield; 1902–1936 Colour themes, Roses, Formal Rose Garden, Victorian & naturalistic
Dreamthorpe Mt Macedon VIC PGA[10] pp. 101–105 Private Mount Macedon Open Garden Weekends;

Homelife – Historic hill garden; Australian Open Garden Scheme – ABC;

early 1900s Cool climate
Dunedin Main Road, Tyers VIC USACG[3] No. 10 pp. 61–66 Private Jean Galbraith (1906–1999); This was the first wildflower sanctuary;

Tyers, Victoria – Wikipedia; Jean Galbraith – Wikipedia; A life in the garden – writing Jean Galbraith's story – ABC; Jean Galbraith and friends;

1900s Naturalistic
Durrol Mt Macedon Road, Mount Macedon VIC VIC GIT[5] No. 6 pp. 28–31 Private Durrol Garden – Victorian Heritage Database;

Durrol Garden – National Heritage Register; Photo and Photos of Durrol, house and garden, Mount Macedon;

1928 Edna Walling, sunken garden
Eurambeen 232 Eurambeen-Streatham Rd, Beaufort VIC 3373 VIC GIT[5] No. 13 pp. 58–61 Private Eurambeen Historic Homestead and Gardens;

Eurambeen Historic Homestead and Gardens | MyOpenGarden; Eurambeen Historic Homestead and Gardens – Visit Victoria; Eurambeen Historic Homestead and Gardens Beaufort, VIC – Visit the Grampians;

1937 Edna Walling
Forest Glade Gardens 816 Mount Macedon Road, Mount Macedon VIC Web discovery Mount Macedon Private Garden Private Mount Macecdon Private Gardens;

Forest Glade Panorama;

Cool climate
Freiberg Garden 26 Yarravale Road, Kew, Vic 3101 VIC GIT[5] No. 24 pp. 102–103 Private Freiberg House – Wikipedia;

DescriptionKey influences and design approachGalleryReferences; Freiberg House, 1960s Kew residence designed by Chancellor and Patrick; 26 Yarravale Road, Kew, Vic 3101 – Property Details; Set in the first entirely native garden planted by Edna Wallling; From bold modernist visions, a future built on hope – Domain;

1960 Edna Walling, informal, native
(Secret Garden) Garden of Bill and Grace Maxwell, Dandenong Ranges VIC ABGG[1] #12 pp. 83–88 Private The Secret Gardens of the Dandenong Ranges;

Secret Gardens of the Dandenong Ranges Tour Dates;

Garden of St Erth 189 Simmons Reef Rd, Blackwood VIC 3458 VIC PGA[10] No. 20 pp. 112–118 Private The Garden of St Erth – The Diggers Club;

Garden of St Erth – Burke's Backyard; The Diggers Club;

Giverny 69 Cherrys Lane, Toolangi VIC 3777 VIC ACG[4] No. 16 pp. 114–117 Private Giverny Estate – Winery & Kiwi Fruit Wines, Yarra Valley;

Giverny Estate — Wineries in Toolangi, VIC, Australia;

Glenara 1 Glenara Road, Bulla VIC RGA[9] No. 37 p. 223 Private Alister Clark's garden/nursery; Ruth Rundle;

Classified by the National Trust;

Roses, breeder
Gulls Way Gulls Way, Frankston South Victoria 3199 VIC GIT[5] No. 4 pp. 22–23 Private Holiday home of Mrs H.R. Hamer, Garden Plan;

parent of Victorian Premier, Sir Rupert Hamer;

1927 Edna Walling, informal
Heide Museum of Modern Art 7 Templestowe Rd, Bulleen VIC 3105 VIC USACG[3] No. 16, RGA[9] No. 13 pp. 101–108, pp. 102–104 Public Sunday Reed, Art Museum;

Gardens & Sculpture Park – Heide Museum of Modern Art; Garden at Heide; Victorian Heritage Database; Heide II Kitchen Garden – Victorian Heritage Database; Heide Museum of Modern Art – Wikipedia; Modern Love: the Lives of John & Sunday Reed;

1880s Secret garden, roses, potager
Karwarra 1190–1196 Mt Dandenong Tourist Road (behind Kalorama Memorial Reserve), Kalorama, VIC 3766 VIC ABGG[1] #18 pp. 117–122 Public Karwarra Australian Plant Garden; 1965 Temperate
Langulac Penshurst, Minhamite, Moyne Shire VIC VIC ACWG[7] No. 14 pp. 114–119 Private Listed by the National Trust of Victoria: VHD Listing;

Edward Twomey of Langulac – Penshurst;

1855 Google site;
Lavender Lane Garden Seaside Cottage, 13 Fenton Crescent, near Lavender Lane, Frankston VIC VIC GIT[5] No. 19 pp. 82–83 Private Edna Walling House and Garden design for Mrs Veda Timms;

National Trust listed house and garden;

1942 Edna Walling
Ledger Garden Wooleen Garden, 18 Mitchell Street, Benalla VIC; 10 years after her garden plan for Yathong 11 Church Street, Benalla VIC GIT[5] No. 14 pp. 62–35 Private Garden for Mr and Mrs Laurence Ledger, benefactors of the Benalla Art Gallery;

Wooleen Garden – Victorian Heritage Database;

1937 Edna Walling
Linden Cottage 1383 Mount Dandenong Tourist Road, Mount Dandenong VIC 3767 VIC ABGG[1] #19 pp. 123–126 Private Linden Cottage – Linden Gardens – Luxury B&B; Temperate
Little Milton 26 Albany Road, Toorak, Vic 3142

(A small scale replica of the stately English manor Great Milton in Oxforshire)

VIC GIT[5] No. 5 pp. 24–27 Private LITTLE MILTON – Victorian Heritage;

26 Albany Road, Toorak, Vic 3142 – Property Details; Nothing little about Milton, or its neighbours; Little Milton – Victorian Heritage Database;

1927 Edna Walling
Marathon 12 Marathon Dr, Mount Eliza, VIC VIC GGA[12] No. 17 pp. 130–133 Private Marathon House & Garden – VHD;

Marathon – Victorian Heritage Database; Federation-House – Melbourne's Federation Heritage;

Marmanie Mt Macedon VIC PGA[10] No. 17 pp. 96–100 Private Mount Macedon – Wikipedia
Maryton Park 36 Maryton Lane, Marysville VIC 3779 VIC ACG[4] No. 12 pp. 85–91 Private Bushfire recovery;

Maryton Park B & B; Maryton Park Country Cottages (Marysville); Marysville Tourism | Maryton Park; Maryton Park – Lake Eildon;

Mawallok 3802 Geelong Road, Stockyard Hill, near Beaufort VIC PGA[10] No. 21. GGA[12] No. 15 pp. 119–123 pp. 122–125 Private Mawallok – Open Garden Details;

Mawallok Homestead & Garden – Victorian Heritage Database; Homelife – Grand Designs;

1909 William Guilfoyle
Mawarra 7 Monash Ave, Olinda VIC 3788 VIC PGA[10] No. 14. GGA[12] No. 26. GIT[5] No. 9 (spelt as 'Marwarra') ABGG[1] pp. 79–84 pp. 170–171 pp. 67–70 Private Mawarra Historic House – Sherbrooke;

Edna Walling Cottage and Mawarra Manor; MAWARRA – Victorian Heritage Database; National Heritage Registered; Edwardian Heritage Gardens;

1932 Edna Walling, Temperate
"One of Australia's finest gardens" Mica Grange 373 Faraday/Sutton Grange Rd Sutton Grange Vic 3448 VIC ACG[4] No. 14 pp. 98–105 Private Bede and Mary Gibson;

Mica Grange – A picturesque 40 hectare property; Latest News – Mica Grange; "Mica Grange" – One of Australia's finest gardens in Sutton Grange, VIC; Mica Grange Sculpture Garden: Mt. Alexander – Castlemaine Art;

Musk Cottage 371 Musk Creek Road, Flinders 3929 VIC ACGM[6] #11 pp. 166–181 Private Eckersley Flinders – Garden DesignFest 2016;

Musk Cottage – Open Garden Details – Open Gardens Victoria; Open Garden Victoria Launch at Musk Cottage – Mornington Tourism; Musk Cottage – GardenDrum; Project: Musk Cottage, Flinders – Eckersley Garden Architecture; NOT Stuart Rattle's Musk Farm;

Created by Stuart Rattle, interior designer. Musk Farm School Road, Daylesford VIC VIC RAG[11] No. 13 pp. 198–215 Private Musk Farm sale; School's out at Musk Farm; Gardening Australia – Fact Sheet: Musk Farm – ABC;

NOT Musk Cottage;

1998 Formal Victorian
Nareen Coleraine, Victoria VIC RGA[9] p. 156 Private Former home of Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser, and wife Tamie Fraser, patron of Open Gardens (Victoria). Roses, space
Naringal Lismore Road, Cape Clear VIC VIC GIT[5] No. 22. ACWG[7] No. 13. pp. 92–95 pp. 106–113 Private Rowe family;

Naringal Homestead – Luxury Farm, a Cape Clear Farmstay – Stayz; Cape Clear – Victorian Places; Naringal Private Cemetery – Victorian Heritage Database;

1951 Edna Walling
Pallant's Hill, now George Tindale Memorial Garden 33 Sherbrooke Road Sherbrooke, Yarra Ranges Shire VIC ABGG[1] No. 2 pp. 31–34 Private George Tindale Memorial Gardens 1950s Temperate
Pirianda Gardens Hacketts Rd, Olinda VIC 3788 VIC GGA[12] No. 30. ABGG[1] No. 4. pp. 184–187 pp. 39–42 Public

Parks Victoria – Pirianda Gardens; Pirianda Garden in the Dandenongs;

Woodland, terraced
Rippon Lea 192 Hotham St, Elsternwick VIC 3185 VIC GGA[12] No. 8. ABGG[1] No. 20. pp. 80–85 pp. 457–136 Public Rippon Lea – National Trust; 1868 Temperate
Royal Melbourne Botanic Gardens Birdwood Avenue, Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria VIC ABGG[1] #16 pp. 103–108 Public Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria; 1846 Temperate, William Guilfoyle
World heritage-listed garden Royal Exhibition Building and Carlton Gardens 9 Nicholson St, Carlton VIC 3053 VIC Web Royal Exhibition Building and Carlton Gardens Royal Exhibition Building – Museums Victoria

Carlton Gardens: Royal Exhibition Building – Museums Victoria The Carlton Gardens are in two parts What's On: Royal Exhibition Building – Museums Victoria

1880, 1888 Victorian
Seaton Vale 419 Gobur Rd Yarck, VIC VIC PGA[10] No. 13 pp. 74–78 Private Seaton Vale Pastoral Co
Silver Birches Yarrbat Avenue, Balwyn VIC GIT[5] No. 12 pp. 54–57 Private for Mr Douglas George of "George's Store" 1936 Edna Walling
Stewart Garden 6 Kenly Court, Toorak VIC GIT[5] No. 25 pp. 104–107 Private 20th century The best suburb... – City of Stonnington; 1963 Edna Walling
Stoneacres Farm 330 Scotchmans Road, Drysdale, Bellarine Peninsular, near Geelong VIC RGA[9] No. 27 pp. 169–176 Private Stoneacres Farm is a large orchard/rose garden/nursery which is situated on elevated ground offering fine views over the bay. There is a rose walk; Roses, seaside
The Bush Garden Eltham VIC PGA[10] No. 25 pp. 141–144 Private The Ford Garden, Eltham;

Gordon Ford with Gwen Ford, The Natural Australian Garden, Blooming Books, 1999; Gardening Australia – Fact Sheet: Gordon Ford – ABC; A.B.G Australian Bush Gardens;

The Castlemaine Gardens Castlemaine VIC PGA[10] No. 26 pp. 145–151 Public Castlemaine & District Festival of Gardens;

Buda Historic Home & Garden; Castlemaine Botanical Gardens;

The Grimwade Garden 'Miegunyah', 641 Orrong Road, Toorak VIC GIT[5] No. 3 pp. 18–21 Private Lecture: Toorak Mansions;

National Heritage Registered;

1926 Formal
Thulu 49 Duffy Street, Portsea VIC ACGM[6] #17 pp. 254–269 Private Contemporary coastal garden complementing striking modern house.

Structural elements are softened by clipped native shrubs, grasses and succulents.

Victoria State Rose Garden Main Drive, Werribee South VIC 3030 VIC Web Victoria State Rose Garden Public Winner of the prestigious World Federation of Rose Societies Award for Garden Excellence;

Home Victoria State Rose Garden, Werribee Park State Rose Garden – Walking Maps[permanent dead link] Victoria State Rose Garden – Facebook

1976 Roses
Wairere Homestead Restoration 1 Fielding Lane, Piries, near Mansfield, VIC 3723 VIC GIT[5] No. 26 pp. 108–111 Private Lifestyle property Wairere Homestead at Mansfield/Piries; 1925 Edna Walling

Heritage gardens in Western Australia

Heritage Day Perth Western Australia
Ashby's Banksia, Kings Park, Perth, WA
Heritage Day Perth Western Australia
1912 Postcard Government House, W.A. by Albert Henry Fullwood
No. Name Address State Source code Source detail Access References Year Style
Bishop's House 90 Mounts Bay Rd, Perth WA 6000 WA PG[10] No. 37 pp. 208–214 Private Bishops House – Lamont's Winery and Food;

Bishop's House :: Heritage Perth; Bishops See Gardens | Open House Perth

Government House St Georges Terrace, Perth WA 6000 WA GGA[2] No. 7, ABGG[1] No. 27 pp. 78–79 pp. 163–166 Private Government House – Home;

Government House, Perth; Government House – Heritage Perth; [www.govhouse.wa.gov.au/the-house/the-gardens.html Government House – The Gardens]

Dry climate
Kings Park and Narrows Interchange Kings Park, Western Australia WA ABGG[1] pp. 137–122 Public Kings Park, Western Australia;

Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority – Kings Park; Kings Park – Places to Visit – Experience Perth;

Dry climate
Strawberry Hill Farm 174 Middleton Rd, Mount Clarence WA 6330 WA ABGG[1] No. 25 pp. 155–156 Public Old Farm, Strawberry Hill – National Trust Dry climate
One of Australia's best gardens[citation needed] Tipperary Church B&B 2092 Northam Rd, York, WA 6302 WA PG[8] No. 35 pp. 196–201 Private One of Australia's best gardens:Tipperary Church – Burke's Backyard;

Tipperary Farm built c1836; The Lodgings B&B;

University of WA 35 Stirling Hwy, Crawley WA 6009 WA ABGG[1] No. 32 pp. 183–186 Public Design development

WA State Heritage Registered;

Dry climate
The major design influence of the University of WA landscape was attributed to Oliver Dowell and George Munns.
  • The Sunken Gardens was originally a sand pit excavated during construction of the Hackett Memorial Buildings. Terraced steps look down over a level circular grassed area as a stage.
  • The State Heritage Register includes the Sunken Gardens, the Great Court Area, Sommerville auditorium surrounds, Cathedral of Trees, Whitfield Court and the historic oak lawn.
  • Noteworthy are the highly varied gardens, including many mature trees and massed plantings of flowering shrubs.
    • The Great Court features Australia natives.
    • The Oak lawn is remnant of original Shenton farm, on which the campus was established in 1914.
    • The design of the Whitfield Court in Classical Style includes a reflecting pond.
    • The Sunken Gardens is in a Romantic Style, encouraging introspection.
    • The Great Court is in a Paradise Style, with informal arrangements and natives, exotics and shrubs.
      • the Paradise Style was innovative for its time.
  • Index Sources – 13 reference books summarised below.

Index source references

Reference No. Title Author Publisher Address Year Media Type Source code Entries
[11] Rural Australian Gardens Myles Baldwin, Simon Griffiths (photography) Murdoch Books Crows Nest, Sydney 2010 Book RAG 18
[10] Private Gardens of Australia Sarah Guest, Jerry Harpur (photography) Weidenfeld & Nicolson London 1990 Book PGA 37
[13] The Great Gardens of Australia Howard Tanner, Jane Begg Macmillan South Melbourne 1976 Book GGA 33
[3] Under the Spell of Australia: Australian Country Gardens Trisha Dixon National Library of Australia Canberra 2007 Book USACG 53
[1] Australia the Beautiful: Great Gardens Prof. Michael Martin McCarthy (ed.) Ure Smith McMahons Point, Sydney 1983 Book ABGG 53
[2] The Great Gardens of Australia Douglass Baglin (photography) Prestige Publishing Dee Why West, Sydney 1983 Book TGGA 83
[4] Australian Country Gardens Kirsty McKenzie (ed.) Universal Magazines North Ryde, Sydney 2014 Bookazine ACG 25
[14] Gardens in Australia Sarah Guest, Simon Griffiths (photography) New Holland Sydney 2001 Book GIA 29
[8] Period Gardens: Landscapes for Houses with History Myles Baldwin, Simon Griffiths (photography) Murdoch Books Millers Point, Sydney 2008 Book PG 13
[6] Australian Coastal Gardens Myles Baldwin, Sue Stubbs (photography) Murdoch Books Crows Nest, Sydney 2013 Book ACGM 17
[5] Gardens in Time: In the footsteps of Edna Walling Trisha Dixon, Jennie Churchill Angus & Robertson/Harper Collins North Ryde, Sydney 1990 Book GIT 28
[9] Rose Gardens of Australia Susan Irvine, Simon Griffiths (photography) Viking Penguin Australia Ringwood, VIC 1997 Book RGA 37
[7] The Aust. Country Woman's Garden Holly Kerr Forsyth Random House Australia Milsons Point NSW 1998 Book ACWG 21


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  1. ^ Baldwin, Myles; Griffiths, Simon (2010). Rural Australian Gardens (1 ed.). Crows Nest, Sydney: Murdoch Books. p. 287. ISBN 9781741964707. Retrieved 24 December 2016. 
  2. ^ Guest, Sarah (1990). Private Gardens of Australia (1 ed.). London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson. p. 224. ISBN 0297830422. Retrieved 24 December 2016. 
  3. ^ Tanner, Howard; Begg, Jane (1976). The Great Gardens of Australia (1 ed.). South Melbourne: Macmillan. p. 198. ISBN 0333210522. Retrieved 24 December 2016. 
  4. ^ Dixon, Trisha (2007). Under the Spell of Australia: Australian Country Gardens (1 ed.). Canberra: National Library of Australia. p. 182. ISBN 9780642276230. Retrieved 24 December 2016. 
  5. ^ McCarthy (professor), Michael Martin (1983). Australia the Beautiful: Great Gardens (1 ed.). McMahons Point, Sydney: Ure Smith. p. 288. ISBN 0949708038. Retrieved 24 December 2016. 
  6. ^ Baglin 1926–2010, Douglass (1983). The Great Gardens of Australia (1 ed.). Dee Why West, Sydney: Prestige Publishing. p. 205. ISBN 0868320323. Retrieved 26 December 2016. 
  7. ^ McKenzie, Kirsty (2014). Australian Country Gardens (1 ed.). North Ryde, Sydney: Universal Magazines. p. 163. ISBN 9780992450007. Retrieved 27 December 2016. 
  8. ^ Guest, Sarah; Griffiths, Simon (2001). Gardens in Australia (1 ed.). Sydney: New Holland. p. 239. ISBN 1864365781. Retrieved 29 December 2016. 
  9. ^ Baldwin, Myles; Griffiths, Simon (2008). Period Gardens: Landscapes for Houses with History. Millers Point, Sydney: Murdoch Books. p. 255. ISBN 9781740459068. Retrieved 28 December 2016. 
  10. ^ Baldwin, Myles; Stubbs, Sue (2013). Australian Coastal Gardens. Crows Nest, Sydney: Murdoch Books. p. 303. ISBN 9781742666204. Retrieved 27 December 2016. 
  11. ^ Dixon, Trisha; Churchill, Jennie (1990). Gardens in Time: In the footsteps of Edna Walling (1 ed.). North Ryde, Sydney: Angus & Robertson/Harper Collins. p. 134. ISBN 0207157502. Retrieved 29 December 2016. 
  12. ^ Irvine, Susan; Griffiths, Simon (1997). Rose Gardens of Australia (pbk ed.). Ringwood, VIC: Viking Penguin Australia. p. 246. ISBN 9633684803. Retrieved 29 December 2016. 
  13. ^ Forsyth, Holly Kerr (1998). The Aust. Country Woman's Garden (1 ed.). Milsons Point NSW: Random House Australia. p. 176. ISBN 0091837073. Retrieved 28 January 2017. 
  14. ^ Smith, Matt (30 November 2016). "The Mercury". News Story. The Mercury Newspaper, Hobart. Retrieved 23 February 2017. 
  15. ^ Tanner, Howard; Begg, Jane (1976). The Great Gardens of Australia (1 ed.). South Melbourne: Macmillan. p. 198. ISBN 0333210522. Retrieved 24 December 2016. 
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  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Under the Spell of Australia: Australian Country Gardens
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q Australian Country Gardens
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w Gardens in Time: In the footsteps of Edna Walling
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i Australian Coastal Gardens
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k The Aust. Country Woman's Garden
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Period Gardens: Landscapes for Houses with History
  9. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u Rose Gardens of Australia
  10. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u Private Gardens of Australia
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  13. ^ (The) Great Gardens of Australia
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