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This winter, beautiful native shrubs such as Acacia and some Grevillea are in flower, whilst the deciduous trees—bare against the native bushland—create a sculptural splendour.
On sunny days—and even when the weather is cold—it’s a wonderful place to stroll, rugged-up, with family and friends, or with your dogs (on leads). We even provide doggie waste bags at the Entrance Kiosk near the blue-green Donation Box.
We would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which the Gardens grow—the Darug and Gundungurra people—and pay our respects to their Elders past and present, and emerging.
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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 Gardens are usually colourful and picturesque all year round, and the Management Committee, with the tireless help of volunteers, will work around the clock to restore the beauty to the fire-damaged landscape. Please help generously where you can—with time, person-power and donations.