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Do you love gardens, flowers, plants and spring in general? You’re in for a treat! Up to 18 gardens will be open to the public in Kyneton and surrounding villages during the annual Kyneton Daffodil & Arts Festival, including about 8 edible gardens.

You can find details of the open garden locations and opening times on the Kyneton Daffodil & Arts Festival website, plus a printable guide of these magnificent gardens will be available from their website closer to the event dates. Either self-drive at your own leisure or join an organised tour.

Prefer an organised bus tour?

Bus tours of four gardens are operating on Wednesday 11 September and Thursday 12 September.

Wednesday 11 September itinerary

Hourigan’s 36 Tattersall Drive, Kyneton
Kintarry 93 Beauchamp Street, Kyneton

Lunch in Piper Street (at own cost)

The Daffodil Patch, 51 Rosa Court, Kyneton
Willowbrook, 290 Redesdale Road, Kyneton

Thursday 12 September itinerary

Hourigan’s, 36 Tattersall Drive, Kyneton
Kintarry, 93 Beauchamp Street, Kyneton

Lunch in Mollison Street (at own cost)

Zen Memorial Garden, 545 Kyneton-Springhill Road, Kyneton
Mosaic Garden, 60 Dettmans Lane, Kyneton

Tours pick up from the following locations:

Kyneton Railway Station – 9.35 am
Kyneton Mechanics Institute – 9.40 am

Returns approximately 3.00 pm

Cost: $25 per person, per tour. Bookings essential and must be booked by 4 September 2019.
To book, please phone Marg on 03 5422 2282.

Proudly supported by Organ’s Coaches Kyneton


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