Major features of the garden include the:
Garden: a series of cascades and pools with a variety of
habitats for plants from rocky communities around the world.
Plant Explorers Walk: features plant species introduced by
some of the best known botanical explorers, including those from the
Himalaya and western China.
shows plant groups that have evolved in isolation since the ancient
southern super continent of Gondwana began to break up about 120
million years ago.
and Heather Garden: species and cultivars from the Northern
Hemisphere and southern Africa (family Ericaceae) and from Australia
Conifer Species and Conifer
Cultivars: comprehensive display of representatives of most
genera, as well as conifer cultivars selected for such
horticulturally-desirable features as plant shape, growth forma and
includes representatives of all the main sub-groups of this
extremely large and varied genus, and a wide variety of hybrids,
which flower spectacularly in spring.
Garden: inspired by traditional European garden styles, this
area is laid out in three terraces.
Garden: developed as an example of modern domestic-scale
landscaping, this area features a sweeping lawn with handsome
specimen trees. The backdrop to the garden is a superb panorama of
the rugged landscapes of the northern Blue Mountains.
Brunet Garden: a grassy glade with mature tress and shrubs,
planted by the Brunets as part of their private garden, and a
pavilion dedicated to their memory.
Visitor Centre: includes the restaurant/cafe, gardens shop,
education display. There are also guided tours.