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Gini’s Garden

Gini's Garden 4 Tamar Street, Red Hill, Canberra, ACT

A pretty established cottage garden on an awkward sloping block. In spring, the dogwoods are a picture; in the autumn deciduous trees and vines add colour.

Vasey Garden

Vasey Garden 46 Vasey Crescent, Campbell, Australian Capital Territory

This is large garden on a steep north facing slope, with a treasury of over 500 species of flowering and non-flowering native trees, shrubs and groundcovers.

Cook’s Garden

Cook's Garden 24 Fitzharding Street, Evatt, Canberra, ACT

Sloping garden with extensive plantings. Includes many peonies, camellias, tree ferns, and features a beautiful climbing rose (Pierre de Ronsard) at the front, and a pond and extensive vegetable garden in the rear.

Triple Treat – Tigminou

Tigminou 9 Gipps Street, Barton, ACT

A garden inspired by countries the owner’s family call home: Morocco, France and Australia. Located in a heritage precinct in Barton.

Triple Treat – Kingston Organic Community Garden

Kingston Organic Community Garden 11 Currie Crescent, Kingston

Disused tennis courts have been transformed into a viable community garden, with a shed, water supply, and garden beds.

Triple Treat – Janet’s Garden

Janet's Garden 14 Young Street Barton, ACT

The garden includes many mature fruit trees, vegetable beds, traditional ornamentals and special floral interests including irises and peonies. 

Sarah’s Garden

Sarah's Garden 45 Middleton Circuit, Gowrie, Canberra, ACT

The garden's 40 year history is present in the old fruit trees, remnant pine trees, an old camellia, roses, and the curved pathways, steps, and rock structures. New courtyards, garden beds, steps and paths follow the original template. 

Christine’s Garden

Christine's Garden 48 Weathers Street, Gowrie, Canberra, ACT

Rock walls allow for built up garden beds with improved soil and drainage. English box hedges divide areas including a parterre garden. Large mirrors on the boundary fences create illusions of depth.

Pillan’s Garden

Pillans Garden 30 Aspen Rise, Jerrabomberra, NSW

The garden features over 1000 individual species, including more than 70 acacia species and more than 70 grevillea species, making for a spectacular spring display.

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Opening hours: All gardens are open from 10am to 4pm Saturday and Sunday.
Member entry: Garden entry is free for members, and members don't need to book.
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