The garden of Ard Choille ( pronounced Arda Hillier ) both botanically and historically is one of the best of the renowned Mt Macedon gardens, which as a group represent one of the most important and significant collections of gardens in Australia.
Ard Choille captures the feel of a gracious and inspirational 19th century garden and has taken full advantage of the unique cool climate with a huge array of exotic trees and shrubs.
The garden includes a particularly fine and rare 19th Century metal shade house, which is individually classified by the National Trust and is still used today.
10.30 to 3.30 daily - Spring and Autumn
Dates change depending on season. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for updates.
Guided or guided tours available. Morning & afternoon tea available on request.
Closed on total fire ban days.
Sorry no dogs.
Hill Station Property, very limited disabled access, please contact for access information.