Spanning an impressive 14 hectares, encompassing 10 internationally themed gardens and offering 8kms of leisurely walkways Hunter Valley Gardens is a jewel in the wine country crown.
Hunter Valley Gardens is a great family day out, especially if you want (or really need!) to get the kids outside and in the fresh air. And do we have great news – they officially reopened to the public in late May, and are open 7 days per week! Providing you the perfect chance to reconnect with nature and enjoy time and space safely with family and friends.
Kim Jacobs from Hunter Valley Gardens said it was of course, “a huge disappointment to us that we had to close our doors during Autumn – one of the most magical times of the year.”
But never fear, with the recent reopening brings unique Winter experiences to enjoy. “There is a sense of calm and tranquillity … it’s a great time to find a sunny spot and soak up the beautiful surroundings”.
To ensure visitor safety and that everyone has an enjoyable visit the team at Hunter Valley Gardens request that you jump on their website hvg.com.au and pre-purchase your entry tickets.
Looking for an activity for the upcoming July school holidays?
The Hunter Valley Gardens Virtual Treasure Trail might be just the ticket. Running between 4 – 19 July the treasure trail has fun questions, photos challenges and prizes for your little ones to get creative with.
You can find more details on the Hunter Valley Gardens Virtual Treasure Trail here.
Hunter Valley Gardens are open 7 days from 9am to 5pm.
2090 Broke Road, Pokolbin
Hunter Valley Wine Country, NSW