The Millers’ Garden
12 October @ 10:00 am - 13 October @ 4:00 pm
The Miller’s Garden is a deciduous woodland garden of maples and eucalypts, with a dense understory of azaleas, rhododendrons, camellias and numerous other shrubs and groundcover plants. A series of paths traverse wooded terraces which have been carved out of the very steep, westward facing granite slopes of Red Hill. Carefully placed mirrors, water features, rest areas and art add interest. The garden’s dense plantings set in the rocky slopes have created massive natural cooling for the house and garden.
VERY STEEP SITE – NOT SUITABLE FOR WHEELCHAIRS – CHILDREN MUST BE CLOSELY SUPERVISED.
Miller’s Garden Notes are available.
Supported charity: Bush Heritage