Wombat Hill Botanical Gardens, Daylesford

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Wombat Hill Botanical Gardens, Daylesford - Address, Phone Number

Address: (Car Entry off Central Spring Road), Daylesford, Victoria 3460, Australia

Phone: +61-353482306

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 06:00 am - 07:00 pm Details

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Garden, Park, View Point, Botanical Garden, Food And Drinks, Cafe, Tourist Center, Family And Kids, Tower

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This is a small but enchanting garden located right near Daylesford Railway station. It was established in 1863 and was built on an extinct volcano. It’s a beautiful place for a stroll with family and friends. The Memorial Tower offers a brilliant landscape view of Daylesford. The garden itself is home to lot of tress which are more than 100 years old. Every season the garden greets the visitors by changing colours like a chameleon. There’s also a café here for refreshments.

Wombat Hill Botanical Gardens Information

  • Disabled Friendly Park.
  • Dogs on leash allowed.
  • There’s a treasure hunt which is available at the entrance where you have to find a particular ‘Monkey Puzzle Tree’.

Wombat Hill Botanical Gardens Ticket Prices

  • Free

How To reach Wombat Hill Botanical Gardens by Public Transport

  • Ask locals for direction. Drive or walk here if possible.

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Wombat Hill Botanical Gardens, Daylesford Reviews - Write a Review

  • Cool place to take a walk and let the kids run free. Well looked after. Even a tower to climb for a nice view.

  • Fantastic food, beautiful scenery. Best cheesecake I have ever eaten. Dog friendly cafe.

  • Not a very big botanical garden but the views are soectacular especially from the tower and the rhodadendrons and camelias were in bloom. Also there are some beautiful trees that must have taken a very long time to grow.

  • Had a peaceful afternoon laying on the grass looking up through the massive trees then a stoll through the garden was just what i needed

  • Beautifully designed gardens with a majestic view of the town below. The place is well maintained and even has a tower from where you can get great views of the town including ranges nearby.

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