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Linear layout in the old style, lots of roses, including many modern David Austin varieties. Good for strolling for an hour or so if you like roses. There is an adjacent culinary garden that looked very interesting but was closed off when we were there.
We visited Woolmers Estate National Rose Garden on the day following the annual Rose Festival and were impressed by the beautiful location with views over the Macquarie River Valley, but were utterly dismayed to find the rose garden in poor condition, even though the day...More
Annexed to Woolmers Estate, it is quite spectacular when the roses are in bloom; spring. Easy to spend time in this formal rose garden with many different varieties on show. Incredible array of colour and perfume. I am no gardener but I did appreciate the...More
Past the best blooming phase but still lots of beautiful flowers for this photo mad tourist. There had been quite a bit of work done when we saw it so it is on the mend. A good rain would help.So dry in Tassie at present....More
The garden is beyond the capacity of the one part-time gardener and the small band of volunteers. Most roses bushes need dead-heading. and the climbing roses need a heavy prune and training onto the trellis. They are currently growing wild in all directions.