30 October @ 10:00 am - 31 October @ 4:00 pm
‘Yellowbox’ comprises about a hectare of densely planted native plants of great variety, on an elevated rocky knoll with 360 degree views of the rural countryside. The garden, started in 1997, includes many meandering, pleasant paths taking visitors to many garden sections. The 45 acre property, featuring some native pastures, also includes landcare shelter belts on its perimeter.
Yellow Box garden notes are available.
Supported charity: Springfield Rural Fire Brigade.
Hall School Museum will provide refreshments.
Directions: Turn right off Barton Highway, 2 kilometers north of Hall, onto Spring Range Road. Travel 4 kms east along Spring Range Road. 447 is on left, with sign ‘Yellowbox’.
- Eventbrite bookings are required for all members and visitors except children. Where possible, depending on the restrictions in place, bookings will open one month prior to the opening.
- Members of Open Gardens Canberra will receive information on obtaining their free tickets.
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All gardens are open from 10am to 4pm Saturday and Sunday.
Eventbrite bookings are required for all members and visitors except children.
There will be no ticket sales or memberships available at the gate.
Non-members (visitors) $10 for one garden.
Special prices may apply for some openings.
Join Open Gardens Canberra for only $30 and all gardens are free for a year