Macedon Ranges open gardens
The Macedon Ranges is home to many historic and heritage private properties offering seasonal and year-round open garden experiences.
Autumn and spring are particularly popular months to visit. However the region’s four distinct seasons produce unique and beautiful garden landscapes at any time of year.
Mount Macedon gardens
Behind the walls of impressive Mount Macedon mansions are some of Victoria’s finest gardens, many National Trust-listed.
Open Gardens Victoria also work with private Mount Macedon gardens on select dates of the year.
Open gardens beyond Mount Macedon
The wild and rambling country garden of Bringalbit in Sidonia is open to the public on weekends for much of the year. Other private Macedon Ranges open gardens are often held in conjunction with events such as the:
Download our 2019 Spring Open Gardens Macedon Ranges Brochure.
Botanical Gardens in the Macedon Ranges
Kyneton, Malmsbury and Gisborne boast Botanic Gardens open to the public seven days a week. The Kyneton and Malmsbury Botanic Gardens are both heritage gardens, with many original cuttings from the Royal Botanical Gardens in Melbourne.
Plant nurseries in the Macedon Ranges
Where there are keen gardeners there are great nurseries, and the Macedon Ranges has an overwhelming array. Stephen Ryan’s nursery in Mount Macedon, Dicksonia Rare Plants, is perhaps best known. However, the Spring Hill Nursery outside of Tylden is rated by locals for its no-fuss approach and practical selection.
If heading to Kyneton, make sure to stop by Rodilesa Plant Nursery or the Garden Tap Nursery. Both are conveniently located on historic Piper Street next to fantastic cafes and shops, so you can really make a day of it!
Flower farm trail, floral workshops & peony picking
Follow the Daylesford Macedon Flower Farm Trail for access to farm gate flowers, floral workshops, open days and more.
Follow our ‘What’s On’ page for the most current floral workshops and flower farm open days in the Macedon Ranges.