Tasmania's Largest Landscaped Native Garden!
We are going to reopen Inverawe, Monday 11 May, and see how it goes. First entry 9.0am, last entry 5.00pm. With Tasmanian Parks and Gardens opening, we figure there could be some folk who might appreciate a stroll around our 22 acres. Usual entry price.
Share Margaret and Bill's excellent Tasmanian landscaped garden adventure in Margate, Tasmania. Find a wide variety of Australian plants growing in a landscaped setting just 15 minutes from Hobart.
Catch Inverawe's segment on ABC TV Gardening Australia broadcast on 4 May 2018
Events? Funny you should ask. Just scroll down this page. We've got a whole season's worth of events!
Inverawe is a pioneering garden that sets the scene for Australian gardens of the future. With Australia's hot, dry climate, we can't continue gardening in the European style. We need to grow gardens that sit softly on our fragile landscape. That's Inverawe! Come and see!
Read what others have said!
Enjoy strolling through 22
acres of colourful landscaped native gardens, take in the stunning
views of North West Bay and listen to the birds. Inverawe is waterwise, sustainable
gardening at its best.
Inverawe Native Gardens is open seven days a week, 1 September
till the end of May. First entry 9.00 am, last entry 5.00 pm - see you in the garden sometime!
On arrival you receive a personal introduction to the garden and a colourful map to guide you. Interpretation signs set the garden in its historical and social context. Poetry, sculpture and whimsy add to your enjoyment. At the end of the visit we will be on hand to answer any questions. Take tea on the terrace and contemplate
Wheelchairs: 200 metres of pathway on the top terrace, including the tea terrace, is wheelchair accessible. Enjoy some of the best views in Margate. There is a turning bay at each end of the path!
Inverawe is on the road to Bruny Island.
When you visit Tasmania, you'll want to see Tasmania's other great gardens - here's the Head Gardeners suggestions.
In light of the ongoing public health situation, we have taken the decision to cancel our last remaining workshop for the season, which was to be "Create a Bird Friendly Garden" and was scheduled for Sunday 22 March. We apologise for any inconvenience. We are contacting those people who enrolled in the workshop with a view to returning their workshop fee. Maybe next season...
Last updated 12 May 2019