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Fern Gully

Fern Gully

Explore one of Australia’s richest fern collections, with tall tree ferns extending out of the gully as you climb among the vines and shrubs. High-rainfall plants from Australia and New Zealand create a temperate rainforest that’s cool and inviting year-round.
South American Gully

South American Gully

South American Gully was planted with a Gondwanan theme, so you can compare plants from far-flung parts of the globe, looking for clues of their shared origins from the ancient supercontinent of Gondwana.
Woodland Garden

Woodland Garden

Hydrangeas are blooming in this shady, tranquil spot, where Northern Hemisphere tree species dominate. Paths through the Woodland Garden weave around the hillside, connecting the upper and lower gardens and overlooking the duck pond.
Duck pond

Duck pond

The picture-perfect duck pond is a delight with daylilies and giant 'rhubarb' surrounding it, and waterlilies floating on its surface. A peaceful and scenic place to take photos and paint.
South East Asian Gully

South East Asian Gully

Vibrant Camellias are the dominant feature of this gully, while a wide variety of other species from South East Asia, Japan and the Korean Peninsula are displayed here.

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