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Discover this 2-acre hillside garden, created in the 1920s using seeds collected by plant hunters. The garden is walking distance of Perth city centre and was developed by John and Dorothy Renton after they built their Arts & Crafts-inspired house...more
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I followed the tourism signs to these gardens thinking they might be a hidden gem - how wrong was I! I couldn’t have been less impressed. And to pay for it? If you’re a pensioner who is only used to your own small plot, or...More
We visited the gardens on a cold and rainy day, so had them to ourselves. They were delightful. The people in the shop were extremely helpful, and we had delicious coffee and scones. Though it was late in the year and not much was in...More
stunning gardens well kept at night all lit up really nice walk from our hotel acroos the bridge into the town takes about 15 mins or less depending how fast you walk worth a vist just to see statues and pools go have a look...More
We visited years ago but there seems to have been a lot of clearance and replanting since then which has brightened it up a lot and opened up views which had been obstructed. Very impressed indeed. Also there is now a coffee shop.
Been meaning to come here for ages and so glad I finally managed the trip. Small but spectacularly interesting garden. Famous for the many varieties of Himalayan blue poppies, Meconopsis, this garden is a real gem (May is best for blue poppies, I will be...More
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Hello, when we visited we had to leave our dog in the car (in the shade) but maybe it would be worth asking at the office (just inside the gate). I think dogs should be allowed - they are much better behaved than some... More
Hello, when we visited we had to leave our dog in the car (in the shade) but maybe it would be worth asking at the office (just inside the gate). I think dogs should be allowed - they are much better behaved than some 'small people' I noticed on our last visit! I hope you have luck - maybe if you carry your dog -- I don't know but I don't hold out much hope, I know there's a beautiful walk at the Bridge - parking available too - and another walk behind the car park on the left about 200 yards before the bridge. Hope you enjoy Branklyn - it's gorgeous