Vale Hill House

Saturday 26 November, 2022 to
Sunday 27 November, 2022

Unfortunately, due to the weather and flooding, we've had to cancel Vale Hill House. All ticketholders will be notified and refunded over the next few weeks. Apologies for any inconvenience.

Entry: $12 Adults/$8 Students /Under 18 free

  • Tickets can be booked and pre-paid online via TryBooking. You can also pay on the day. 
  • 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.

Booking via TryBooking

Garden Notes

Please stay at home if you're unwell.

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Originally built in 1858 by Scottish stonemasons, Vale Hill has an intriguing history. Destroyed by fire in 1978, the property has been lovingly resurrected by the previous and current owners.

This magnificent property sprawls elegantly over 10 acres, with landscaping over numerous levels and 5 acres of edible gardens that supply local restaurants with top quality produce.

The gold fields history of the area is reflected in aspects of the garden design with striking piles of white quartz, representing the spoil tips that dot the surrounding landscape. Other sculptural elements abound from free standing pieces to the quirky details on custom built gates.

Meandering pathways take the visitor past impressive hedges, shady established trees, vast orchards, raised rose gardens, sprawling native garden beds and numerous inviting spaces to pause and admire the stunning views of the surrounding area.

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Some of the proceeds from this opening will go towards Movember.

Other Activities in the Area:

  • Maryborough garden festival
  • Plant nurseries in Creswick
  • Book shops and cafes in Clunes
  • Ballarat Gold town

Vale Hill House is located on the lands of the Dja Dja Wurrung people. Open Gardens Victoria wish to acknowledge the Traditional custodians and we pay respect to their Elders, past, present and emerging.

Garden Notes

Information and advice on garden visiting

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