Open Saturday 29 August 2020
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.
There are five arbours in the garden; three covered with the prolifically flowering petrea volubilus, one with a climbing pink rose, and one with the delicate Pierre de Ronsard rose.
One of the newest additions to the garden is a young jacaranda tree – destined to be the shade and colour of Stirling’s future.
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.
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