We came here so that the two little girls could enjoy the Children's Garden and we weren't disappointed. There was so much for them to do amongst the flowers and the topiary. The designers have built in so many natural play features in what is also a beautiful enclave.
After a nice lunch in the cafe where the service was cheerful and unflustered we explored the rest of the gardens the highlight being the Japanese garden with cherry, almond, wisteria and azalea providing a colourful background to the water features.
The only negative was that the gardens do not open until 12.00 so that our time was limited and the $20 entrance fee seemed relatively expensive (we heard that on the first Thursday of each month entry is free on pre booking). We also only had a very short time to spare for the galleries so this will have to be a venue to which we return.
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