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This beautiful heritage place is very special. The gardens are terraced and there are lots of lovely shrubs and beautiful old trees, the cherry terrace, azalea drift,glades alpine gardens and the wonderful dry walls and spectacular views make for a very enjoyable hour or so...More
When the azaleas and camellias are out this is an amazing garden. It is also beautiful with the mist and the garden and little amphitheatre in winter. A beautiful large garden area to walk around... take a picnic with a camera or a drawing pad......More
The grounds are wonderful with all their different sections. The views are also equally magnificent. The house is a beautiful piece of architecture. We took tea in the tearoom which was delicious and were the views through the amazing huge curved window. Definitely, a must...More
Don’t get me wrong there are a few good views and the scones were delish. But at $13 to get ini was expecting the gardens to be much better kept and with more flowers. I guess I can tick this off but it won’t inspire...More
This garden is a must see if in Leura area. Beautiful views over the Blue Mountains. Delicious tea room cakes and scones. A wander around the gardens is very magical. Plenty of eye catching plantings hedges and water features. If you have the energy visit...More
Well manicured gardens, great display of various garden plantings. Variety of areas wo wander through and see the plantings in their natural environment. The original house on the property has fantastic views over the valley. Areas of the house has been converted to a tea...More
I came here on my last morning in the Blue Mountains. It is stop 25 on the Explorer Bus. But the bus only stops here first thing in the morning and on the last round at 1715.
Pretty easy to find once you hop off...More
Had been here before, but not to the house. What a great house this is. It takes you right back many decades ago with all the art deco bling. Don't forget to check out the bathrooms.
The gardens are just magnificent when the azaleas and...More
Response from 728MariaG | Reviewed this property |
I think it would be a lovely place for children, especially in the garden - all the nooks and crannies outside and the space to run and jump too. Just be careful inside the house, but that won't take long.
Response from peter2780 | Reviewed this property |
Small place? I think not. It takes a while to explore Everglades Gardens given its many levels and large area. The entry fee is comparable with fees for entering Mt Wilson gardens. If you belong to the National Trust you... More
Small place? I think not. It takes a while to explore Everglades Gardens given its many levels and large area. The entry fee is comparable with fees for entering Mt Wilson gardens. If you belong to the National Trust you don't pay the fee.
The house is about a 200 metre walk from the entrance. The cafe is in the house, but otherwise there is nothing to see in it and indeed there is no public access to other areas apart from the amenities downstairs.
Manageable for most, my wife accessed all areas whilst using a stick 3 months after major knee surgery. Just take it steady, enjoy te views and stop and put your feet up where necessary. No lift access internally if I... More
Manageable for most, my wife accessed all areas whilst using a stick 3 months after major knee surgery. Just take it steady, enjoy te views and stop and put your feet up where necessary. No lift access internally if I recall.