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George Tindale Memorial Gardens

31 Reviews
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newyork64 wrote a review Jan 2020
Carlisle, United Kingdom144 contributions27 helpful votes
Enjoy a short stroll through beautiful woodland and shrubs. Very restful place to spend some time watching the flowers and the birdlife
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Date of experience: January 2020
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461glennw wrote a review Nov 2019
Mittagong, Australia118 contributions7 helpful votes
great selection of trees and other plants would loved to see in full bloom easy to walk around great for photos as some of the plants i have but dont looks as nice ideal climate the grouds people should be proud of the job they do very enjoyable
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Andrea P wrote a review Dec 2018
Melbourne, Australia115 contributions29 helpful votes
This was a really nice quiet garden. Beautiful to walk around. An amzing selction of trees including a Monkey puzzle tree. However it need some maintenance and upkeep. Looks like a lot of funding has been removed which is a shame! l really hope something can be done but it is still worth visiting!
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Date of experience: December 2018
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venesiamontaigne wrote a review Sep 2018
Melbourne, Australia433 contributions113 helpful votes
Have you ever visited the delightful, Hancock's Daffodil Farm during their 4-week festival? It was our spring bloom starting point and only a 10-minute drive from Menzies Creek to George Tindale in Sherbrook. This free entry, small garden doesn't have the public profile of the Alfred Nicholas Memorial Gardens (close by, so easy to visit both together), but personally, I find it more evocative and charming. Follow its meandering paths to enjoy its spring showing including an abundance of azaleas, daffodils, rhododendrons, romantic hellebores and cherry blossoms. We packed a picnic and settled our fold out chairs beneath the pastel, weeping tendrils of baby pink cherry blossoms that gorgeously rained down its petals when several excited ruby red Rosellas sucked out the blossom nectar. We dressed warm and put knee rugs to good use in our early September visit.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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markQ8693AI wrote a review Jun 2018
Melbourne, Australia5 contributions1 helpful vote
This is a beautiful small garden that is out of the way but a pleasant walk. It has a large bolder that will turn on its axis if you push it. Great for the family.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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