500 Upper Goulburn Road, Tallarook Vic 3659

Saturday 21 October, 2023 to
Sunday 22 October, 2023

10.00am - 4.30pm

Entry: $10 Adults/$6 Students /Under 18 free

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Rokeby is a historic property originally settled in 1837 as part of the 27,000 acre Tallarook Run. The current homestead dates from the 1870s and was given a major renovation in the 1920s. 

The original shingled cottage which predates the homestead, is still present in the garden.

Set at the base of the dramatic Tallarook Ranges near the Goulburn River, the garden incorporates: a formal citrus grove, rose garden, ‘Avenue of Honour’ and a luxurious secret garden.

The garden has been described as a private country paradise, with a wonderful sense of calm and loose plantings.

With free-draining, granitic soil and an average annual rainfall of only 550mm, microclimates have been created in the garden to grow plants that would normally not thrive. 

The garden style is ‘Gardenesque’ with paths meandering through diverse plantings of over 1500 species and vistas to the countryside.

It includes some interesting pieces of sculpture and a water feature which are used as focal points.

Enjoy classic Spring flowers including wisterias, roses and numerous bulbs, in a gorgeous country garden setting. A highlight is an ancient Aboriginal Ring Tree grafted centuries ago by the Taungurung people.

There will be rare plants to purchase, all propagated from the garden.

Rokeby is located on the lands of the Taungurung people. Open Gardens Victoria wish to acknowledge the Traditional custodians and we pay respect to their Elders, past, present and emerging.

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