This year 10 gardens will be on display. We are delighted to welcome back three "returning" gardens - DeadEnd House, Wai-Ila and Ewanrigg.
The original home and grounds were established in 1919, and Noel Roscoe's family have lent their own flavour to this orchard inspired garden for more than 60 years. The abundant fruit trees and the low stone walls built by Sorensen give a delightful mountains feel to this garden.
The National Trust brings Australia's heritage alive with Everglades situated in the heart of Leura.
This property is 80 years old. At the front gate a Wisteria arbour invites and leads you in to this well hidden garden.
The park-like Brabourne was named by the late Mary Fogarty, when she purchased the grounds in 1944, in memory of a village near her birthplace in England.
"Tandella" was first established in the mid 1950's as attested by the mature trees which are a feature of this property covering an acre of land. Over the last eight years the owners have worked towards reconstructing a park-like calming garden.
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The planting of this magnificent garden was begun by the Cox family in the 1950's, but the design today is largely attributable to the present owners, Robert Brain and Neal Blewett
"Wai-Ila" is named after the yellowtailed black cockatoos that feed on the many Banksias in summer.
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This garden was an original Festival garden, returning after an absence of some time.
Davaar is in the festival for the second time this year and is a most welcome addition.
Ewanrigg is a garden which has featured in the Leura Gardens Festival for almost 50 years and it makes a welcome return this year.