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Moondance Manor Gardens

115 Te Awa Road, Hamilton 3283, New Zealand
+64 7-859 0130
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Superb Grounds

What a wonderful setting. You can go for morning tea and it is a wedding venue. Unfortunately... read more

Reviewed 16 May 2017
Erin L
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Tauranga, New Zealand
Spectacular!!

The pleasant fragrances make the garden environment extremely wonderful which you can not afford to... read more

Reviewed 31 January 2016
Shobbyy
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Auckland Central, New Zealand
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A Waikato Garden of Grandeur in Tamahere, between Hamilton and Cambridge, offering a stunning garden visit, light refreshments and the perfect wedding venue.Moondance Manor Gardens are extensively planted with abundant flower beds, a wealth of native and exotic mature trees, a large ornamental pond with Pekin ducks, many open lawns, and formal hedging; all set on over a hectare bordering the Waikato River.Moondance Manor Gardens are open from October to April by appointment.
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15 May 2017
“Superb Grounds”
31 Jan 2016
“Spectacular!!”
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115 Te Awa Road, Hamilton 3283, New Zealand
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+64 7-859 0130
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Reviewed 16 May 2017

What a wonderful setting. You can go for morning tea and it is a wedding venue. Unfortunately when we went it is just going to change hands and will be closed for 9 months for additions to be added on. There is a chapel and...More

3  Thank Erin L
Reviewed 31 January 2016

The pleasant fragrances make the garden environment extremely wonderful which you can not afford to miss during travel to hamilton!

Thank Shobbyy
Reviewed 23 November 2015

A beautiful garden and a perfect place for a family get together.. Evening time is preferred as it has a beautiful atmosphere at that time.

Thank Annnyy
Reviewed 12 November 2015

Wonderful garden in a very quiet and peaceful setting. A very good morning tea, all homemade and served sitting out on the sunshine. Only downside, I personally found the garden tour very long-windedly! Would highly recommend a visit. Only one toilet available if visiting in...More

Thank turfmoor
Reviewed 25 May 2015

The garden is a delight for the eye and the lovely couple have a lot of knowlege to share with us. The refreshments are "like mother used to make" if not, better! What a treat and what a glorius spot to visit. Janet and Andy

1  Thank 91andy
Reviewed 21 April 2015

A special thank you for hosting our family / friends group of 16 earlier this month. The afternoon tea was divine and generous and we thoroughly enjoyed our garden tour. The garden is beautiful and we can see a lot of effort goes into the...More

Thank shadzz
Reviewed 16 September 2014

I have visited twice & both times delightful. Lovely couple who are very knowledgable about the plants in their wonderful garden, & yummy refreshments, mostly homemade.A lot of hard work goes in to this garden being a real treat for visitors.

Thank Kumquat712
Reviewed 3 April 2012

What agreat experience. The owners were very enlightening and the lunch was superb.

2  Thank kiwimarg
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