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Visited as we’d heard about the tulip festival. I have to say we were a little disappointed - only 1 bed of mass planted tulips which were well past their best. I guess it’s Auckland and not easy to grow tulips but a few more...More
You can see felling standards immediately. This year the tulips were in a bad state. Few and not so attractive. The entry staff was really unwelcoming. More interested in grabbing the money and not guiding the visitors.
A bit of a rip off as one...More
As always at this time of year, the tulips & daffodils were in bloom - gorgeous. Ladies in the gift shop/entrance lovely & friendly. Only issue was the cafe - very slow service! One person with me had to wait 49 mins for a sandwich...More
Eden Garden has been a special retreat for our family. Not only is it my husband's delightful and natural resting place but it is a lovely place just to come and wonder around admiring all the flowering plants, having a coffee or lunch at the...More
We were trying to get to the top of Mount Eden, and had missed the entrance (travelling by car). We found the Eden Garden, which looked nice, paid the $10 (each) fee and got a map that showed the way to a path from which...More
Immediately I walked in, after having winced at the $10 entry fee, I was glad I'd come. I later returned with my partner and we spent over an hour here. It's hard to believe when you realize what a small area it is but, they've...More
This garden is a very pleasant place to go for a morning or afternoon. The map doesn't seem to scale, and isn't overly useful, but the garden isn't too large so it would be difficult to get lost.
It would have been nice to have...More