There will be seven open gardens across the Granite Belt during the 2022 Apple & Grape Harvest Festival.
The gardens range from rambling acreage, to small town properties and small grower producer gardens. Each showcase the best of cool climate gardening.
Note: Each day the Open Gardens are open it will be a different small grower producer taking turns to be the garden on display.
Entry: $30 for an All Gardens Pass (all gardens pass only available online) Ticket scannable for entry at all locations) OR $5 per person per garden at garden entry gates.
The gardens will be open on the following days:
Saturday 26 February from 10am-4pm
Sunday 27 February from 9am-5pm
Wednesday 2 March from 9am-5pm
Friday 4 March from 10am-4pm
Saturday 5 March from 10am-1pm
Sunday 6 March from 10am-1pm
Dog friendly? The owners of these private gardens are thrilled to welcome you into their gardens, but please leave your pets at home.
2022 Open Gardens...
Bellflowers 129 Ricca Road Ballandean
“Bellflowers” is a colourful hilltop garden at Ballandean on the southern end of the Granite Belt. This emerging garden is young and vibrant. The rose garden welcomes you as the informal paths lead you past borders of shrubs and annuals. At the heart of the garden is a courtyard to sit and enjoy the view. Native plants surround a rock garden. There is plenty more to see and discover at this beautiful highland country garden.
Braeside Homestead 28 Crystal Mountain Road, The Glen
The Heritage listed Braeside Homestead (built in 1874) has recently undergone major restoration and garden development and expansion. The Carolyn Robinson designed gardens covering approximately 7 Hectares including terraces, pathways and ponds have taken over 5 years to establish and are nearly completed.
Located half-way between Warwick and Stanthorpe just off the New England Highway.
MORE TO COME...
We'll be adding 4 more gardens here soon and some small grower producer gardens too.