Open Days at Stangate Garden

Discover Stangate Garden, one of the Hill’s best kept secrets. Bring along provisions for a picnic and spend the day enjoying the tranquil garden setting.
The garden was designed by Elsie Cornish, a renowned garden designer who landscaped with a unique sense of colour and composition. Home to one of Australia’s largest oak trees where people have picnicked for over a hundred years, the gardens were also recognised by the International Camellia Society in 2012 as an International Camellia Garden of Excellence. While the camellias are in full bloom in early spring the garden has something magical to offer visitors anytime of the year.

2022 Dates

Sunday October 23, 10am-2pm

Sunday November 27, 10am -2pm

* No December open day due to Christmas

 

** PLEASE NOTE THAT THE EVENT MAY BE CANCELLED DUE TO EXTREME WEATHER. ALL UPDATES WILL BE SHARED VIA OUR SOCIAL MEDIA PAGES.**
Cost: $8 Adults, FREE for National Trust members, Children under 15 FREE, Group, up to 4 $20
Pre-booking is not required. You may pay at the gate on the day.
*National Trust members do not receive free entry in September as it is run through the Camellia Society and not the National Trust.

Parking: Limited parking is now available on the grounds, which can be accessed via the Edgeware Road entrance. Please note that priority will be given to disabled visitors.

There is some verge parking outside the gates, and guests/vendors can park after business hours at Thomas Gas.

There is 14x off road car parks along on Euston Road, bus side and across from The Hutt Community Centre

There are also 7-9 verge parking next to The Hut Community Centre.

There are 16 car paces at the Hut Community Shed/Train Stop.

A car park is also found at the Aldgate Shopping Centre, along Mount Barker Road.

Address: Stangate House and Garden
3 Edgeware Road, Aldgate

 

 

Enquiries bookings@nationaltrustsa.org.au or 8202 9200

Entry tickets are available at the gate or at bit.ly/stangateopengarden

[Photos: Ross Duncan]