2020 Open Gardens

The Maryborough Open Gardens 2020 (Queensland) will be held over the weekend of 29 and 30 August 2020.

Town Gardens will be open on Saturday 29 August from 9.00 am to 4.00pm. 

Country Gardens will be open on Sunday 30 August from 9.00am to 4.00pm.

The Maryborough Open Gardens do not charge an entry fee.  

Garden entry will be subject to Queensland Government COVID-19 Directives and we ask all visitors to be respectful of any additional requirements that we need to put in place to ensure that visitors and owners are kept safe.

We look forward to seeing you.

9 Elizabeth Street, Maryborough

Town Garden open 29 August

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To compliment the 130 year old federation style home, originally built for the Miss Harts (who were part of the Hart sawmilling family of Maryborough); a formal garden has been developed over the past 36 years by the current owners.

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296 Lennox Street, Maryborough

Town Garden open 29 August

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This garden is at one with the Queenslander nestled within.  Mature trees and palms provide the canopy for a diverse range of plantings.  Winding paths will lead you on a journey of discovery through azaleas, citrus and potted plants. 

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14 North Street, Maryborough

Town Garden open 29 August

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The garden at Stirling dates back more than a hundred and forty years. The oldest surviving specimen is a giant, gnarled frangipani, which provides welcome shade in the hottest months.  More recent plantings include a gardenia hedge, roses, camellias, agapanthas and plenty of annuals to ensure year round colour. Stirling is a garden not to be missed.

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79 Cheapside St, Maryborough

Town Garden open 29 August

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Serenity is the name of this eclectic garden which is full of colour and surprises around every corner.

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250 Pallas Street, Maryborough

Town Garden open 29 August

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This lovely garden has a traditional Queenslander nestled within it, and has an abundance of quirky garden art in various mediums including glass, metal and wood. Plantings are very diverse and provide a haven for bees and bird life.

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12 Poincianna Court, Tinana

Town garden open 29 August

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Colour and quirkiness abounds in this garden. A garden path bordered with brightly coloured and fragrant flowers is a delightful welcome for garden visitors.

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8 Kidd Avenue, Maryborough

Town Garden open 29 August

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This suburban garden is full of potted plants, and includes a large variety of exotics and colourful bromeliads, geraniums and seasonal annuals. A vegetable garden flourishes and provides bountiful produce.

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Lupton Park Community Gardens

Town Garden open 29 August

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Located at 45 Aberdeen Avenue Maryborough, the Lupton Park Community Garden is a not-for-profit community based enterprise which produces organic food primarily for the consumption of the gardeners. The community garden is an innovative place to grow organic food to share, educate and grow community.

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Explore Town and Country

In 2020 visitors and locals have 2 days to explore the Open Gardens of Maryborough and surrounds during the weekend of 29 and 30 August 2020. While you are out and about why not pop to some of our local businesses?

Terra Tribe Farm, Howard

Country Garden open 30 August

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Terra Tribe is a new farm that uses the basis of permaculture to rengenerate what was a bare cow paddock into a self-sustainable food producing system.

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70 Fibrosa Court, Dunmora

Country Garden open 30 August

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The property is 20 acres with mostly bush except for about an acre or so. A mix of tropical plantings, cool climate plants and statutory makes this garden well worth a visit.

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Rocky Hill Therapy Farm, Tinana

Country Garden open 30 August

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Rocky Hill Therapy Farm (Tinana South) is a 40 acre property set amongst blue gums and is home to donkeys, ponies, calves, lambs, chickens and goats for visitors to enjoy.  The newly-established garden has many plant varieties and quirky objects to delight garden visitors.

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22 Sunny Court, Yengarie

Country Garden open 30 August

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This relatively new country gardens offers the wide expanse of 3 acres with a combination of lawns and gardens against the backdrop of the Mary River.

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64 Louden Close, Yengarie

Country Garden open 30 August

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Every day at Yengarie Gallery and Garden is like living at a private retreat for the owners. With 3.5 acres of themed garden rooms to enjoy, the flora always changing, artwork evolving and fauna entertaining, you will want to visit time and time again.

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Elizabeth Park Rose Gardens

Open anytime

The Elizabeth Park Rose Gardens was the site of Maryborough’s second official cemetery which closed in 1873. In 1921 the land was converted to a public park and is now full of beautiful roses that simply delight the senses when in full bloom.

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ANZAC Park-Ululah, Maryborough

Open anytime

ANZAC Park is a popular destination with lots of activities to share with the family. Picnic tables and BBQs spread around make it a place to spend the day.

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Queens Park, Maryborough

Open anytime

The historic Queens Park dates back to 1866 when Maryborough’s first mayor Henry Palmer, requested that his residents have free use of land near the Maryborough wharves for recreation or public gardens.

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We look forward to seeing you at the 2020 Maryborough Open Gardens.

Garden symbols

🌿       Plant sales

β˜•       Refreshments

β™Ώ       Wheelchair Accessible (all or part of the garden)

🚻       Public Amenities

πŸ—£οΈ         Activities/Workshops

🚌       Bus parking

🦼         Mobility Scooter Access (all or part of the garden)

… A Garden …

A small plot of earth was chosen to claim, 
To create our garden was the ultimate aim.
Today we walk amongst its beauty and charm,
Our patch of heaven has grown to be shared. 
It's still in the working as most gardens are,
Come along and meet us - there is a garden in us all. 

Deborah and Trevor Lindenberg.

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