How can anyone call this place average! I'm not kidding when say it was one of my favourite spots on my tour around the North Island. It's absolutely stunning and every turn transports you to a different world. I could have stayed all day.
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A wonderful place to spend a day. The sheer size and scope of the gardens is staggering. The concept of many small gardens and the way they are designed delight the senses. The feeling of anticipation when following the path and first sighting a particular...More
Spent a very pleasant Saturday afternoon walking through the formal gardens and cant believe we have driven past here for 40+ years and never stopped. The themed gardens are just stunning and beautifully prepared as you would expect, but even so they are impressive. Whilst...More
Even in winter, the tranquility of the neat greenery is a pleasure. Plants are not at their best, and the weather is not always charitable, but the gardens are well laid out and special. Inconsiderate families with screaming children doesn't bode well for peace and...More
Amazing gardens. The best I have ever been. I love the different country themes. Really nice that the entry is free of charge.
Every time we visit the Gardens there are more amazing parts to visit, from English gardens to Italian, Tudor, native maori, to name just a few The gardens are interesting for all ages. There are always many families there visiting including little ones instrollers
Lovely gardens, especially in summer, when flowers are all out. Lovely cafe for a coffee, plenty of ground for the young ones to run around, also a children's play area and finally plenty of free parking.
Map costs $2, with free brief explanation of all ongoings and gardens. We had an hour to spare so were told which to visit first and how to get the best experience. Not a guided tour. So great to walk around the themed gardens, loved...More
Hubby and i went to the gardens just to see if it was any good after seeing it in a trravel guide/book and boy were we impressed! Its winter right now so most of the trees and plants were "sleeping" for the winter so there...More