Saturday 17 September to Sunday 25 September 2016
Now in its 32nd year, the festival showcases the beauty and diversity of gardens in the heart of the Blue Mountains.
The four gardens open this year are a testament to the hard work, imagination and love of nature shown by their owners, inviting both appreciation and admiration. There is something of interest to all. The festival exhibits a diverse collection of landscapes, established trees, flowers, natives, and shrubs set amidst the unique beauty of the mid mountains.
Keep an eye out for students sculptures throughout the gardens.
A wide variety of plants are for sale, including plants propagated by the school community, at all the gardens.
Tea, coffee and biscuits are available with a gold coin donation at Sunstone Lodge Garden. You are welcome to have a picnic lunch in the grounds of this garden. Woodford Academy will also have refreshments available.