Join us on Sunday 24th September for the Spring opening of the garden at Beaumont House.
The restored garden at Beaumont House will be open to the public with guided tours, music by the Jazz Band of the SA Police, a coffee stall, Devonshire teas, a blacksmith demonstration and plant and olive oil sales.
In May this year more than 40 volunteers helped to harvest olives from the Beaumont House heritage-listed olive grove for the first time in many decades. The oil has now been bottled and will be sold exclusively at the Open Garden Day. Proceeds will go to the upkeep of the garden.
In September the historic garden comes alive: fragrant mauve wisteria drapes the verandahs and the flower beds are full of old-fashioned annuals and perennials. The rare shrub Wigandia will be also be smothered in purple blooms.
Come and enjoy this special time of year in one of Adelaide’s most beautiful gardens!
Open Garden entry $8, Concession and National Trust members $6, children free.