SAVE THE DATE - Maryborough Open Gardens Sunday 22 September 2019

Sunday 22 September 2019 -  9am to 4pm

Stroll through stunning gardens and discover the natural beauty of our charming region. Be inspired as you explore the private gardens of our community's most avid green thumbs. Some of the garden owners will have plant sales, refreshments and demonstrations available, there is plenty to explore.

Open Gardens is ONLY open Sunday 22 September.


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1.  Queens Park

1. Queens Park

Cnr Lennox and Sussex streets

Queens Park dates back to 1866, when Maryborough’s first mayor Henry Palmer, requested that his residents have free use of land near the Maryborough wharves for recreation or public gardens.

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2.  Kent Street, Maryborough

2. Kent Street, Maryborough

599 Kent Street, Maryborough

In the '80s most of the old garden edges were removed and machine laid edging was put in their place. In the early '90s an automatic watering system was installed as there was no time to water such a large area while working full time.

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3.  Eden

3. Eden

182 Cheapside Street

Eden by name and Garden of Eden by nature... (with a little bit of help from the owners)

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4.  Lupton Park Community Garden

4. Lupton Park Community Garden

45 Aberdeen Ave

The Lupton Park Community Garden is a not-for-profit, community based enterprise which produces food primarily for the consumption of the gardeners.

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5.  Alice Street

5. Alice Street

395 Alice Street

A garden made from free plant cuttings and pavers and valuable advice from neighbours has seen this garden transformed into a beautiful haven for the owners.

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6.  Chelsea Court

6. Chelsea Court

25 Chelsea Court Tinana

Jane and Bruce McDonald’s garden at Henderson Park Tinana is a spring riot of hundreds of varieties of trees, shrubs and flowers.

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7.  Brooke Court

7. Brooke Court

19 Brooke Court Oakhurst

This colourful, productive garden has been evolving since 2008.

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8.  Louden Close

8. Louden Close

64 Louden Close Yengarie

Robin and Suzanne purchased their 3 1/2 acre Yengarie property in 2009, a blank canvas except for two and a half 80 year old gum trees.

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9.  Aldershot Street

9. Aldershot Street

41 Aldershot Street Aldershot

The cottage garden was first started in 2006 and is set on a quarter acre.

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10.  Burgowan Road

10. Burgowan Road

131 Burgowan Road Torbanlea

This stunning garden features a section of ornamental plants surrounding a Japanese bridge.

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Gardens open to the public
Sunday 22 September 2019, 9am to 4pm