Breenhold Garden in Autumn

The Gardens

Breenhold Gardens, located at Mount Wilson in the Blue Mountains of New South Wales, is just 2 hours’ drive west of Sydney, and comprises 45 hectares of luxuriant gardens, parkland and native bushland. It was created by the late Thomas Breen (Snr) and his wife Charlotte and its planting and landscaping commenced in 1965. Over the intervening 6 decades many thousands of exotic and indigenous trees and flowering shrubs have been planted, their origins representing every continent.

Northern hemisphere deciduous trees, including maples, beech, birch, oak and many varieties of pines and cedars, blend with native tree ferns and towering eucalypts. In Spring hundreds of flowering azaleas and rhododendrons, as well as Japanese cherry trees, magnolia and dogwood provide exotic colour and meld with the ever present background of the Australian bush. In Autumn many red maples stand out among the yellows, golds and ochres of the changing foliage of the surrounding trees.

Parrots, cockatoos, lyrebirds, whip birds, and honeyeaters, are just some of the many birds that enjoy the variety of food and habitat that Breenhold offers them. Their calls and birdsong are among the many reasons to visit.

Six individual stone walled gardens, “gardens within gardens”, several with pools, are focus points for the thousands of visitors who keep returning to Breenhold each year. There are extensive lawns for picnicking, and for children to play on. On the western and northern parts of the estate there are terraced bush trails and forest walks which contrast to the more formal gardens on the plateau above.

Breenhold’s several lookouts also afford stunning views over the adjoining Blue Mountains National Park.

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Tour information:

7:00am - 8:00am Home pick up service in the Central Coast area -  Please click here for pick up area map

8:15am - Depart Kariong after a comfort stop

10:15am - 10:45am - Morning tea stop at Bilpin Fruit Bowl (included - fresh apple pie, tea/coffee) 

11:30am - 1:30pm - Free time to explore Breenhold Gardens, Mount Wilson  (lunch included - assorted wraps & a cool drink to enjoy in the gardens)

2pm - 2:30pm - Hillbilly Cider Shed - Apple cider tasting 

4.30-5pm - Arrive back at Kariong & commence home drop off service
 

  
Price & Inclusions:$135 - includes home pick up & drop off service (within our pick up/drop off area), return transfer to venues, morning tea, lunch, cider tastings & entry fee into gardens 
Expression of Interest Form:Please click here to complete an EOI form. If we have a seat available, we'll book you in. 
Venue:Mount Wilson
Starting:8:00 AM
Monday 22nd April 2024
Ending:5:00 PM
Repeats:On specific dates
Phone Enquiries:43254053
Email Enquiries: admin@connectcoaches.com.au

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