Welcome, skip to the content.
An opportunity to visit Ard Rudah, a significant heritage-listed garden originally designed by Baron Ferdinard von Muller in the 1870s. Many of the original plants remain highlights of the garden, including a Copper Beech that is over 30 meters tall and an enormous Linden tree. The garden features a sunken Italianate walled garden, a woodland of giant oaks and sycamores carpeted by bluebells, an enchanting creek which runs beneath moss-covered stone bridges through a fern gully, and a magnificent maple walk.Spring is the optimal time to view the stunning colours of rhododendrons and azaleas set amongst sweeping lawns, clipped box hedges and mature rare plants and trees. Make a day of it by bringing a picnic and relax is this stunning garden.