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We saw this beautiful structure before our Caves Tour and weren't disappointed. Unfortunately this and all surrounding areas of Wellington/Dubbo are in serious drought so these gardens weren't at their best. Take a walk around the complete gardens and get a real sense of calmness....More
Manicured grounds with attractive trees and shrubs together with pond and watercourse with reticulated water. Small bridge and rotunda compliment this and make easy viewing of the large coy fish swimming in the pond. Ideal for small children keeping them interested .
My partner and I had about 45 mins till our caves walk so we wandered across the car park from the cafe and wandered through these small but charming gardens.
It's so lovely to see fairly well kept gardens with the magnificent Australian bush as...More
Only little but very well maintained some gorgeous plants and water features. We were lucky to also see a bunch of ducklings swimming in the pond. Beautiful shady pergola area to watch the huge koi fish from. Free of charge and a great little stop...More
I'd be disappointed if I'd made a special trip here as it's quite small. We're staying at the Caves complex next door so it was ok.
Pretty garden and water features. Large fish but water was a bit murky.
This Japanese Garden is adjacent to the famous Wellington Caves complex and caravan park and units and next to the fantastic golf club
A donation from sister city Osawano in Japan this garden is a must see
Whilst we were visiting the Wellington Caves we decided to stop by the Japanese garden before heading home. These gardens are gorgeously planted and designed and perfectly maintained.
On the outside, they look nothing special, but I was pleasantly surprised during our walk around the...More