The gardens is one of the jewels of the Dandenong Ranges. It is particularly stunning in Autumn, with the changing colours of maples and beeches, and in spring the park blooms with azaleas and cherry trees.
The large garden was part of the historic Burnham Beeches Estate, home of Alfred Nicholas, developer of the Aspro formula. It is over 13 hectares but you shouldn’t miss the ornamental lake with boathouse at the bottom of the hill.
Make it your first stop as what goes down must come up….and it’s better that you tackle the uphill climb while little legs still have energy.
On the upper levels of the garden you’ll find a small pond with sculptures as well as many paths leading under the canopy of mountain ash trees.
Take a picnic and while away a day away from the bustle of the city or head next door to The Piggery at Burnham Beeches for food and drinks and a child-friendly venue.
- Toilets and water available near entrance.
- The car park is situated opposite the main entrance, no vehicle entry into the gardens.
- Walk next door to The Piggery at Burnham Beeches for food and drinks and a child-friendly venue.
Alfred Nicholas Memorial Gardens, Sherbrooke Rd, Sherbrooke, Dandenong Ranges, 13 1963
Open 10am – 5pm daily except Christmas Day