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Alice's dream camellia garden, Sydney's niche garden punch

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[Free Tour]     08 Jul 2020
This day small make up the best friend suddenly mysterious ask :" want to roam camellia fairyland? "So I said yes to her when I was idle... The garden is situated in the city of Sydney. It is not far away from the car. With curiosity, small editor into the garden a look, very! I saw full of spring in the air, here not only small bridge and flowing water, grass garden, wild duck stroll, warm sun sp...

This day small make up the best friend suddenly mysterious ask :" want to roam camellia fairyland? "So I said yes to her when I was idle...

The garden is situated in the city of Sydney. It is not far away from the car. With curiosity, small editor into the garden a look, very! I saw full of spring in the air, here not only small bridge and flowing water, grass garden, wild duck stroll, warm sun sprinkling, there is a trace of terror.


Alice's dream camellia garden, Sydney's niche garden punch

 


E. G.Waterhouse National Camellia Garden

Living in Sydney for so long, this is the first time small editor saw this city treasure, really hate each other! Take a look at this garden in Sydney, like Alice in Wonderland - Sydney Camellia Park! Highly recommend to ~ following groups

  • Mothers who want to take their kids out
  • Looking for a photographer for beauty practice
  • And the fairies who love to take pictures and put them on the Ins
  • Friends who love flowers

This garden has two doors, because the back door parking space is more, therefore recommends everybody to go back door. Entering the door is like coming to a huge greenhouse, green plants from the ground to the sky, lush, narrow walk edge, full of beautiful flowers, with the with the breeze swaying man dance, listen carefully and gurgling water sound. Soon it will be a place like fairyland.


About E.G.Waterhouse Tea Garden

The name of the tea garden is E.G.Waterhouse National Camellia Garden, named after the late professor of world famous camellia authority, who once lived in Sydney.

E.G.Waterhouse National Camellia Garden is located near the Caringbah in the southern part of the country, overlooking the beautiful Yowie Bay. here every June to August is the season of camellia blooming, because camellia environment can grow very well.

The garden is loved by many people and has been generously donated to make so that the garden into the present beautiful appearance.

Today, this tea garden has been certified by the International Camellia Association as the International Camellia Excellence Garden and is one of the 40 outstanding tea gardens in the world today. The Garden is also a member of the International Camellia Association, a non-profit international organization dedicated to the conservation of camellia. Garden classifies its species collection according to the international camellia roster International Camellia Society by the International Camellia Association.


As many as 600 camellia varieties

At present E.G.Waterhouse there are more than 600 camellias in the camellias garden, which has acquired and received donations of about 400 camellias since planting began in 1969. In addition, there are other precious and appreciable plants in the garden.

Alice's dream camellia garden, Sydney's niche garden punch

 

A major collection donated by the late Sydney Nursery Grower Walter Hazlewood, including a variety of camellias from around the world, is also visible here. These valuable "natural collections" are of unique value to the Australian horticulture industry.


There are six walks in the garden

Let's first look at this beautiful garden trail! June-August of each year is the peak season for camellia blooming. However, there are other flowers in the garden all year round, such ass in autumn and winter will bloom!

Alice's dream camellia garden, Sydney's niche garden punch

 

Camellia blooms from autumn to early winter in spring, followed by Japanese camellia from late autumn to winter, and large camellia blooms or October of the Winter Solstice.

In spring, the grass will be dotted with wild flowers, and in summer, roses will bloom! Walking along the trail, you will see different kinds of flowers, most of the parks are beautiful, like to take pictures of the fairies must be very happy.

In the garden there are small ponds, streams, fountains and ducklings, walking can feel extremely comfortable and quiet!

Alice's dream camellia garden, Sydney's niche garden punch

 

There is a teahouse in the garden, which provides a booklet detailing a series of suggested walking routes and shows the best features of the garden. There are six different trails to go around, Elizabeth Cook Walk、Yowie Bay View、Wedding Walk、Duck Pond Walk、Gully Walk and Tsubaki Walk..

Walking along, you may wonder why such a beautiful garden has a trace of terror? It's all about these little bats in the tree... If you look up, you'll see bats full of them. They' re gray-headed fox bats. They're unique to Australia. They' re also the largest bats in Australia.

Alice's dream camellia garden, Sydney's niche garden punch

 

But don't be afraid, although they are large (wingspan more than a meter), but do not eat meat and blood, but a pure vegetarian bat, eating bark, leaves, tree pulp, fruit, flowers and nectar.

When eating, gray-headed fox bats swallow only the juice extracted from their teeth after chewing, spit out most of the remaining solid residue, eat the seeds of flowers and fruits into their stomachs, and help plants spread through excretion as they migrate.

Actually this kind of bat is not dangerous, because its shit urine does not spread the virus, if be bitten, just use soap to clean the wound immediately after medical treatment.


The Teahouse

Near the main entrance President Avenue there is a The Teahouse.Teahouse interior decoration is very European style, decorated with a lot of classical decoration and green plants. After strolling tired can go in for lunch, behind a lawn, mothers like to take baby sitting on the grass chat sun!

Teahouse and garden operations are independent and separate, so do not ask Teahouse staff about tea garden information oh.

Teahouse information:

Booking hotline: (02)9540 2018

Hours of business:

  • Monday to Friday: am –4.00pm 9.00
  • Weekend: am –5.00pm 9.00

Free Guided Tour (The Guided Tours): Every June to August, some volunteers offer free guided tours to visitors. If you want to hold a wedding in this wonderland garden or learn more about it, you can email:

Email:[email protected]


Camelia Gardens

Here is the address of the tea garden:

Address Taren Point Rd,Caringbah NSW 2229 333

Hours of business:

  • Monday to Friday: am –4pm
  • Weekends and public holidays: am –5pm 9.30
  • Christmas and Easter don't open

garden back door parking address: please go to google search Camelia Gardens, not Camelia Gardens South..

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