Where Art Deco grace and botanical beauty meet in the Blue Mountains. Book your ticket now.
History of the Everglades House & Gardens
The rare beauty of Everglades House & Gardens in Leura – one of the most exquisite villages of the World Heritage Listed Blue Mountains region – is a site you have to see when you visit New South Wales. The Moderne-style 1930s house is set amongst 5.2 hectares of gracefully designed gardens. From Everglades House & Gardens, you can enjoy sweeping views over Jamison Valley to Mt Solitary.
What will you see when you visit
Named ‘The Everglades’ by the original owner of the house, Georgina Stonier, in 1923 the architecture was complemented by its world-renowned gardens in the 1930s. Designed by Danish-born landscape gardener, Paul Sorensen, Everglades treats its visitors to the most spectacular example of inter-war period designed gardens in Australia. Enjoy the tranquil reflection pool, the grotto pool and walk the winding paths down the terraced garden.
Although our Tea Rooms are currently closed, please feel free to bring your own morning tea, lunch or afternoon snack and enjoy a picnic on the beautiful grounds instead.
Everglades House & Gardens makes a wonderful location for special occasions including weddings, parties, private and special event hire. You will have seen the gardens and house feature as the location in a number of films, television programs and magazines because of its beauty and location.
How to book your tickets
We look forward to welcoming you at this Art Deco house and meticulously designed gardens. Book via Eventbrite where possible, to guarantee a spot, unless you are redeeming a Service NSW $25 Discover voucher. You are welcome to use your voucher at this National Trust Property when you purchase your tickets upon arrival.
Everyone is welcome at Everglades House & Gardens, however we are unable to accommodate pets of any kind. Thank you for understanding.
To purchase a ticket you must agree to our Terms and Conditions of Entry. We thank you for helping to keep properties open and the community safe.