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Step into another world.

Immerse yourself in the wonders of Mount Macedon’s historic hill-station gardens.

Mount Macedon is renowned for the magic of its flora and fauna, its ancient landmarks, historical hill stations, grand mansions and spectacular private gardens, waterways and walks that transform with the seasons. The township of Mount Macedon is also a delight with cellar doors and quaint local businesses.

All Mount Macedon tours are guided by Annie Mulkearns and Melina Goddard who will share their knowledge and experience in Mount Macedon history, horticulture and garden design.

Mount Macedon is home to one of only two of the largest collections of privately owned gardens of significance in the whole of Australia and is to be admired, explored and appreciated not only for its natural beauty but for its European-styled gardens and homes created by humans since the 1870’s.

Tuesday Springtime Tours – 10am to 3pm

We start the tour at Duneira, an original hill station dating back to 1872, privately touring the garden whilst enjoying tea and coffee by the fire in the original stables. Then we are off to Cameron Lodge to explore the glorious 16 acres of gardens planted in the 1880’s, with its world famous ‘Temple of the winds”. Lunch will then be served at the quaint Trading Post Café and after you’ll have a chance to look at the little village of Mount Macedon.

After lunch we will visit Viewfield, a stunning garden with perennial plantings, and a sparkling stream running through a lush fernery. Lots to look at, bring your cameras!

Pick up and drop off for this tour will be from the Macedon Train Station. Lunch will be included in the ticket price of $192.50 per person.

Thursday Springtime Tours – 10am to 4pm

A fun and exciting way to explore Mount Macedon complete with a delicious lunch at the Mount Macedon Winery.

Starting with a tour of “Cameron Lodge” we will see the garden coming to life in the spring air. Then onto “Duneira” for a history talk about the original hill station and enjoy and a tea or coffee in the original stables. Next up we will visit the “Forest Glade” which is recognised as one of Australia’s finest gardens.

We finish the tour with lunch at Mount Macedon Winery with a complimentary glass of wine or bubbles.

Pick up and drop off for this tour is at Centennial Park in Macedon. Tickets $324.50 per person.

Saturday tours will be online soon!

So come with us to explore such places, step into the magic.

 

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Opening Hours

Tuesdays 10am-3pm
Thursdays 10am-4pm
Saturdays TBC

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