Saturday 24 April, 2021 to
Sunday 25 April, 2021
10.00 a.m. - 4.30 p.m.
- Entry $15, Students $10, Under 18 free
** Tickets must be booked and pre-paid online via TryBooking. You are free to enjoy the garden at your leisure. Specific timeslots are no longer required.
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Please note: Sustainable practices are important to OGV, therefore where possible please either print your own garden notes or save them for viewing on your mobile device.
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Bolobek is a magnificent heritage listed rural property situated in the foothills of the Macedon Ranges. The garden, originally established over a century ago by the Syme family and later enhanced by the Law- Smiths, has now been reinvigorated by the current owners, the Robertsons.
The garden features mature Linden, Birch and Oaks. It truly is an oasis with a walled rose garden where mature, espaliered fruit trees augment mass climbers to clothe the walls. There are poplar and crab apple walks, lilac hedges, herbaceous borders, prize winning dahlias and a newly reinstated creek and fernery all tied together by sweeping lawns.
Woodland areas allow exploration of beds of mature woodland shrubs - and an orchard where over-mature trees are being steadily replaced with new plantings.
Microclimate is an important part of the existence of this garden and you’ll witness pockets of shade and protection and moisture.
Bolobek is more than a garden, it is a working farm running sheep and beef cattle, where the garden and the farm sit well together. Currently the garden truly is a tapestry of autumnal colour.
Link to Gardening Australia segment
Parking is available on road and on site in the Paddock. SES will be managing parking.
Hesket estate winery sales
Tea/coffee and morning afternoon tea, as well as light lunches for purchase
Plant sales from Post Office Farm Nursery
Baringo Food and Wine - The cafe is open daily from 7am - 3pm, the Whistlestop Bar is open Wednesday - Saturday 11.30am - 11pm and open for lunch only on Sunday 11.30am - 5.30pm.
The Trading post Café - visit the Mount Macedon Trading Post Café, Kitchen and General Store.
Forrest Glade Gardens - visit these beautiful gardens and see the changing colour of autumn at play.
Mt Macedon Walks - go on one of the many walks in the area including the Memorial Cross and Hanging Rock walk.
Dicksonia Rare plants - this is one of Australia's most unique nurseries, run by Stephen Ryan (we're opening his garden in July - Tugurium).
Macedon Ranges Autumn Festival - finally enjoy in the celebration of the Macedon Ranges at this years' festival full of art, music, craft markets, local food and wine and much more.
Autumn Joy Nursery - is in Newbury and has a large selection of beautiful trees and shrubs, including some unusual species.
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