Campbell Rhododendron Gardens
The Campbell Rhododendron Gardens at Blackheath, about 120 kilometres west of Sydney, cover an area of 18.3 hectares (45 acres).
A unique display of exotic plantings of rhododendrons, azaleas, maples and deciduous trees planted amongst Australian native bushland.
Open all year round, the gardens are at their spectacular best from late September to mid November when the blossoms are flourishing. It is also glorious in April for the autumn colours and in the winter months, the native shrubs are a delight.
Allow at least an hour to stroll along the easy walking tracks of these lovely gardens. Take your picnic basket and rug down to the valley on a fine day and enjoy this gem of the Blue Mountains with family and friends.
The Rhodo Tea Rooms are open during the peak season for the best "Aussie Cream Teas" in the Blue Mountains!
Come along for a walk through the wonderful colour displays, take photos from the lakeside lookout to capture the stunning reflections in the lake and appreciate the beautiful view from an accessible lookout.
The Gardens, with accessible toilet facilities and parking are situated near the Great Western Highway and within walking distance from Blackheath railway station.