Pirianda Gardens

‘Pirianda Garden contains a large collection of exotic plants which are botanically significant and rare in Australia. The plants blend harmoniously with native ferns, impressive blackwoods and mountain ash trees. Cool temperate conditions, together with an average annual rainfall of 1250mm, make it the ideal climate for these plants to thrive’.
Steep pathways, reasonable fitness level required!

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  1. Jean Lapthorne April 2, 2017 at 5:16 am - Reply

    My grandfather owned that area, T.J.Crook and as a child we spent every school holiday at Kallista on a clear day you could see as far away as

    westernport bay. so many happy memories. Jean

    • Editor April 2, 2017 at 7:49 am - Reply

      What wonderful childhood memories, I hope you still get to visit the area.

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