8 Gardens in Greater Newcastle That You Shouldn't Miss

May 17, 2022 Augustus Redeker

Discover the best top things to do in Greater Newcastle, Australia including Constable Estate Vineyards, Hunter's Dream Estate, Wallis Creek Watergarden, Hunter Valley Gardens, Emma's Cottage Vineyard Cellar Door Gallery, Port Stephens Native Flora Garden, Hunter Region Botanic Gardens, Artea's Gallery and Garden.
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1. Constable Estate Vineyards

205 Gillards Rd, Pokolbin, Cessnock, New South Wales 2320 Australia +61 2 4998 7887 [email protected] http://www.constableestate.com.au
Excellent
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4.5 based on 161 reviews

Constable Estate Vineyards

To experience Constable Estate and capture the true ambience, you can explore the gardens, view the sculptures and try our amazing wines. Our wine list has something for everything from our easy drinking Matilda range to our Premium Constable Estate range, you will find a wine to suit your palate. Call in for a tasting with our friendly staff and enjoy the full experience at Constable Estate.

Reviewed By TerrieJ465 - Sydney, Australia

We are locals but recent members of Constable and couldn't be happier. Super friendly cellar door, great selection of well-priced wines and superb gardens and lookout to explore. Don't miss this one!

2. Hunter's Dream Estate

149 Deaseys Rd, Rothbury, Cessnock, New South Wales 2320 Australia +61 2 4998 6509 [email protected] http://www.huntersdream.com.au/
Excellent
55%
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4.5 based on 20 reviews

Hunter's Dream Estate

The moment we set eyes on this wonderful estate we fell in love with its enchanting scenery and stimulating natural spirit. As one of the original Hunter Valley estates established over a half a century ago, it was our dream to rejuvenate the existing vines and bring new beauty and wonder to the landscape. Now, many years and vintages later we are very proud to share that dream with you at our beautifully appointed cellar door. Come and enjoy our exquisite wines and new culinary range, taking the time to explore our grounds and experience the estate’s unique tranquillity. In this way, we hope our dream can in some way help to fuel your own.

Reviewed By lachlanandkrystalb

Great experience. Beautiful cellar door with lovely scenery. We were lucky enough to be served by Cherie who was extremely knowledgeable and went above and beyond to make our tasting amazing.

3. Wallis Creek Watergarden

47 Wallis Creek Lane, Maitland, New South Wales 2323 Australia +61 2 4938 0230 [email protected] https://www.facebook.com/Walliscreekwatergarden/
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4.5 based on 2 reviews

Wallis Creek Watergarden

Reviewed By AneehsES - Cairns, Australia

What an amazing place, even in drought times, though it was drizzling when we were there, looking for information on a at home frog habitat. We were made very welcome to just wander and look. Nola's collection of water lilies and lotus is amazing; as was her knowledge which she freely shared. There are urns and water bowls available to purchase, as well as water lilies and lotuses, even little fish. So many water lilies, and lotuses: going back?? you betcha! ???? Just have to work out how big a water bowl will suit us.

4. Hunter Valley Gardens

Broke Road, Pokolbin, Cessnock, New South Wales 2320 Australia +61 2 4998 4000 http://www.hvg.com.au/
Excellent
49%
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4.0 based on 2,357 reviews

Hunter Valley Gardens

Reviewed By MargaretStreete - Sydney, Australia

Beautiful gardens easy walking amongst various styles of feature plants, rose garden, serene Japanese garden, waterfalls, and a quaint storybook garden to bring childhood memories alive.

438 Wilderness Rd, Lovedale, Cessnock, New South Wales 2325 Australia +61 2 4998 7734 [email protected] http://www.emmascottage.com.au
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4.0 based on 20 reviews

Emma's Cottage Vineyard Cellar Door Gallery

Wine, Cellar Door, Art Gallery, and Lovedale Long Lunch. Boutique Cellar Door, Boutique Wines – a small shopping outlet specialising in delicious award winning wines and friendly service. Sip our estate-grown, hand-picked, award-winning wine varieties made by renowned winemakers David Hook, Damien Stevens and James Lusby. Art Gallery - Exhibiting colourful, original art works and pieces created by local artists.

Reviewed By Beather31 - Redhead, Australia

Do yourself a favour and visit the folks at Emma's Cottage Vineyard, you won't be disappointed. The wines are great, the art gallery is fantastic and the cottages are just divine.

6. Port Stephens Native Flora Garden

12 Dixon Drive, Nelson Bay, Port Stephens, New South Wales Australia +61 2 4984 3487 [email protected] http://www.portstephens.nsw.gov.au/live/community/community-directory/environment-and-resources/port-stephens-native-flora-garden
Excellent
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Poor
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4.0 based on 14 reviews

Port Stephens Native Flora Garden

7. Hunter Region Botanic Gardens

2100 Pacific Hwy Heatherbrae, Port Stephens, New South Wales NSW 2324 Australia +61 2 4987 1655 [email protected] http://www.huntergardens.org.au
Excellent
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Satisfactory
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Poor
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Overall Ratings

3.5 based on 77 reviews

Hunter Region Botanic Gardens

The Hunter Region Botanic Gardens are the only Botanic Gardens in the Hunter Valley and provide a multipurpose destination venue that offers our visitors a peaceful and beautiful garden and bushland setting. There is a cafe and gift shop, nursery sales, guided tours, Children's Adventure Trail and facilities for weddings, conferences and other functions. The Gardens are also a centre for research, education and knowledge sharing on botanical matters for the Hunter Region.

Reviewed By daveandbrydie - Thornton, Australia

An amazing place for a picnic or walk just off the main road. We have passed this place so many times without realising it was here. The kids loved the picnic area and the walking trails. There was lots of fauna and flora to discover which is always fun for under 5yo kids. We'd recommend making an afternoon of it and packing a picnic.

28 Josephson St, Swansea, Lake Macquarie, New South Wales 2281 Australia +61 2 4971 1229 http://www.swanseacommunitycottage.com.au/
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5.0 based on 1 reviews

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