Windyridge, Merry Garth and Bebeah gardens are open most of the year, details are here... All gardens are open in Spring from early September to mid November, details are here...

Mount Wilson is a village famous for its magnificent cool climate exotic private gardens. Many gardens are open all year round; Spring and Autumn are the most popular seasons when the gardens are at their most colourful. The best strategy for any visitor is to get out of the car and start walking.

The experience of the town is the experience of its gardens, its avenues of trees, its lookouts and its walking trails and picnic areas. For most people, the best time to visit Mount Wilson is either spring or autumn. At these times many of the locals open their gardens - some of which are over 120 years old - to the public.

All gardens are privately owned and so a per person entry fee will be charged. The amount is the decision of the property owner.

Of particular note are Church Avenue, Queen's Avenue, The Avenue and Cathedral Reserve with their rows of plane trees, limes, elms, beeches, liquidambars and pink cherries.

Gardens open to the public in Mount Wilson include Yengo Sculpture Gardens featuring Australia's first endangered wildlife reserve, Nooroo including a world famous wisteria collection, Breenhold, Sefton Cottage, Windyridge, Bebeah and Merry Garth. 

Many of these glorious gardens are open to the public for a small per person entry fee.  Spring and Autumn are the best times for colour, but the gardens are lovely all year round.

Bring a picnic and stroll through these beautiful gardens.

Mt Wilson has some of Australia's most spectacular gardens, which leave visitors both truly relaxed and determined to work harder in their own gardens.

Dogs are allowed in the Mt Wilson Village and at Cathedral Reserve, however dogs are not allowed in the National Park adjacent to the reserve and village. So walks around the village are ok providing they are not into the National Park.

Some gardens in the Mt Wilson village accept dogs on a leash. You will need to check with the garden owner whether they permit dogs, many do.

An excellent book A Passion for Place - Gardens of the Blue Mountains on Mt Wilson, Mt Irvine and Mt Tomah gardens, co-written by local author Alison Halliday and Joanne Hambrett with photography by Ian Brown, was recently published in October 2010 and is highly recommended for an insight into the extraordinary beauty and variety of the local gardens.

Gardens open most of the year

Gardens open seasonally, in Spring and Autumn

 Garden Tours to Mt Wilson

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