Saturday 20 March 2021, 10am - 4pm
Experience the very best the Blue Mountains has to offer including free access to garden and property tours, NSW Reconciliation Challenge Exhibition, garden workshops, sketching workshops, live music and garden games.
Experience the very best the Blue Mountains has to offer; all three of our local properties are open and are only a short drive from each other, so make a day of it with free activities including garden and property tours, the NSW Reconciliation Challenge Exhibition, bonsai workshops, sketching workshops, live music, garden games and the local Harvest Festival.
At Everglades House & Gardens, as well as house and garden tours, visitors can enjoy a sausage sizzle or nachos while taking in the sights of the world-renowned immaculate gardens with music playing softly in the background. There are also Bonsai Demonstrations from the Nepean Bonsai Society, plus the 2019 Schools Reconciliation Challenge artwork exhibition returns to the gallery. At 2pm adults are invited to sip a complimentary glass of wine al fresco.
Norman Lindsay Gallery is also offering gallery tours, a sausage sizzle and complimentary wine between 2pm and 4pm. Plus visitors are encouraged to channel their inner Norman Lindsay by taking part in a sketching workshop.
Woodford Academy will celebrate the region’s long history of self-sustainability, artisan wares and produce by hosting the annual Harvest Festival; a highlight event for the central Mountains landmark, including live music, children’s games and a variety of stalls selling seasonal food, local produce, homemade jams and preserves, plants and more.
Reserve your ticket via Eventbrite by clicking the property/ properties you wish to visit below (feel free to book all three):
For booking house/ garden tours or to view the galleries, please speak to one of our friendly staff members on the day at Everglades or Norman Lindsay.
Celebrate history, our stories and create new memories in your own backyard.