The Gardens at Eurambeen Historic Homestead and Gardens are open to groups by appointment and are open to the public every two years. Please see the News page
The gardens date back to the 1850 when the original Homestead was built. The original 1850s gardens were productive fruit and vegetable gardens. There is a large remnant Feijoa which dates back to that time which continues to thrive in the gardens.
The most significant part of the garden is the three acre garden designed by Edna Walling. The Walling garden was commissioned by the Beggs family when the home was extended in 1927. Recently the Australian Historic Garden Society has provided a grant to restore the Walling Gardens with that work commencing in 2013.
There is more information on the grant and the Australian Historic Garden Society on our news page. To find out more about the Australian Historic Garden Society visit: Australian Garden History Society