Campbell Rhododendron Gardens

Plan Your Visit

Everything you need to know.

There’s still an occasional cool nip in the air, but there’s also a buzzing of bees and a blooming of buds all around the Gardens…preparing for more wonderful things to come this springtime.

Azaleas, Rhododendrons, and other exotic species like Pieris, Weeping Flowering Cherry Trees, Lilacs and Forsythia, to name some, soon will be covered in blossoms of spectacular colours. Bring your camera to capture the pure-whites to sensational blood-reds, with striking yellows, pinks, purples and oranges in between.

The Gardens are at their best from late-September to mid-November. To have you enjoy your visit even more, for 5 weeks only, we open our Rhodo Tea Room at The Lodge at this time—and we’re told we serve the best Aussie Cream Teas in the Mountains. Check the dates on our website calendar so you don’t miss out.

A "must visit" site in the Blue Mountains.

The Campbell Rhododendron Gardens in Blackheath is one of the Blue Mountains' most favourite venues where, uniquely, Azalea and Rhododendrons are planted amongst the native eucalypts and bushland. The Rhododendron blooms are at their spectacular best in spring, between early-October and late-November. However, the Gardens are picturesque and beautiful all year round.

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Our rave reviews

What our visitors are saying

Stunning seasonal colours .. try to go early to catch the mist as it settles through the trees - it makes for great photography. ...
3 months ago
Michelle Walker
Very Pretty. Nice walk
3 weeks ago
Sue Baggott
This is a lovely place to visit all year round. The mix of exotics and bush is special and it's been designed and developed with...
10 months ago
David Sanderson
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