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Allendale Gardens, Edith Creek

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  • These natural gardens are very nice to walk through. There are many little gardens and areas, and you can spend quite a while exploring all of them. Peacocks roam the grounds and there is even a weddi...  more »
  • Remarkable gardens that will appeal to all, not only gardeners. The owners are truly lovely people and it is well worth engaging with them; they are very approachable. Their tea rooms provide better D...  more »
  • South from Smithton is this lovely garden maintained by Max and his wife Lorraine. The grounds are magical and the provided map and commentary add to the pleasure of the environment. The hydrangeas an...  more »
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  • Quite a large and expansive garden, very beautiful with lots of flowers, trees and it's own flock of peacocks including a few albino specimens. There is also a 30-something minute walk through semi-pristine forest with large eucalyptus trees including the "old man of the forest" which they say was a small sapling when Abel Tasman discovered Tasmania! In general. very picturesque and definitely worthwhile!