Nobelius Heritage Park Guided Walking Tour

Traverse centuries of horticultural history inside the heritage-listed Nobelius Heritage Park.

You’re invited to a one-hour guided walking tour of the lush Nobelius Heritage Park, presented by landscape architect Barrie Gallacher.

Envision what the Nobelius Heritage Park looked like when it was home to the largest fruit and ornamental tree exporter in the southern hemisphere, the C. A. Nobelius & Sons Nursery. Discover original trees and flowering foilage planted by groundbreaking Finnish horticulturalist, Carl Axel Nobelius, between the late 1880s – early 1900s.

Today, the Nobelius Heritage Park exists as a 12-acre remnant of the original nursery, and is registered on the Victorian Heritage Database as a site of State significance.

Event date

Event Details

5 Crichton Road, Emerald, Victoria

Wed 19 April - 1pm to 2pm

Entry fees:
Prebooking required
Attendance limit:
50 - 100
Onsite facilities:
Other things
you need to know:
Parking is free within the reserve. One accessible car parking space is available next to the Emerald Museum. The walking tour has been classified as grade 2: suitable for beginners and young children. Terrain is mostly flat with some gentle slopes and may include occasional steps.