Benalla Botanic Gardens, Benalla
Categories: Gardens, Nature & Parks
The Benalla Botanic Gardens, is a heritage listed botanic garden located in Benalla, Victoria, Australia. The gardens, originally designed by Alfred Sangwell in 1886, was listed on the Register of the National Estate in 1995. The gardens include a rose garden established in 1959, which is the focus of the annual Benalla Rose Festival. Amongst the extensive mature tree collection are 3 specimens of Ulmus x viminalis which are the only specimens of this particular elm cultivar in Australia and are listed on the National Trust's significant tree register.Plan to see Benalla Botanic Gardens and other attractions that appeal to you using our Benalla vacation trip planner.
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The park was very pretty, although too early for the flowers to be in bloom. Great walks along the lake and close to the art gallery. My highlight was the statue to that great man Sir Weary Dunlop. It... read more »
Attended a family wedding here and then spent more time walking around it on the second day. This is a very old, well maintained garden and shady garden. It gave us a great deal of pleasure.
A lovely area to walk through on a warm summer's day. The roses are gorgeous! It's a clean and pleasant place to have a picnic also.
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