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Significant range of Camellias mixed in with a heap of other plants. Excellent little Cafe within the grounds but make sure you book. Limited parking on the grounds but a little more available if you head up the access street.
The camellias were out as were the spring annuals and the azaleas. So much colour to see as you meandered through this wonderful park.
Lots of birds and so many gorgeous baby ducklings. There were lots of families enjoying the warmth of the first day...More
Nestled close to the front entrance of Camilla Gardens. Cute place to catch up over brunch with an extensive menu and high tea. Opted for high tea on this occasion with plenty of tea options to choose from. Julie blends her own teas (first page...More
This is a lovely oasis in the shire for a picnic or a calming visit. Smaller than I recall as a child, part is set on the slope with a creek, beautiful lush gardens, grassy areas and children's play areas. The toilets and water fountains...More
VisittheShire, Manager at E G Waterhouse National Camellia Gardens, responded to this reviewResponded 23 July 2018
If you’re looking for a lovely, relaxed day out with the kids—Camélia Gardens is for you! Take a picnic rug, a few snacks and play on the playground or walk through the amazing gardens exploring the many paths and feeding ducks breadcrumbs. There are a...More
I have known about Camellia Gardens for years and never visited until today. We had a picnic in the grounds. It is truly an oasis in the middle of suburbia - lots of ducks and birds and they aren't frightened of humans. Lovely greenery and...More
One of Sutherland Council's better efforts in the scheme of things. The Gardens are a peaceful & tranquil escape from the over development slowly strangling the Shire & Sydney ! You can enjoy a nice walk thru the grounds, the kids can feed the bird...More
VisittheShire, Manager at E G Waterhouse National Camellia Gardens, responded to this reviewResponded 12 September 2017
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You are actually better to get the train to Caringbah Train Station, its approx. 20 - 25 minute walk from the there. From the train station you need to head south down the Kingsway then turn right on to... More
You are actually better to get the train to Caringbah Train Station, its approx. 20 - 25 minute walk from the there. From the train station you need to head south down the Kingsway then turn right on to President Ave. Follow President Ave and the Camellia Gardens are on the left hand side of the road.