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Lalla Flower Farm

Rows of heritage rhododendrons , some 8m in height, are possibly the oldest and largest in Australia
Heritage rhododendrons blooming late October. These are 8m high, possibly the largest in Australia
stands of heritage rhododendrons are found across the property
Daffodils are a feature in August and September as they bloom across large swathes of the farm
there are many new varieties of spring bulbs planted along the walking trails also
For people unable to walk the hillside trails, authorised vehicles are able to drive and park here.
Chapel is open air, a place for prayer and contemplation of the natural beauty. Available for events
Rows of autumn colour are a feature across the gardens in April and May
There is always something beautiful to photograph around the pond, autumn aspens are spectacular
There are three large ponds, two are full of water lillies and iris.
Famous historic 100 acre woodland gardens featuring towering century old rhododendrons, massed bulbs, native forest and exotic tree arboretum, walking trails, abundant wildlife/birdlife and beautiful views. 25 minutes from Launceston and near the picturesque village of Lilydale. A must see horticultural attraction with peak colour in spring and autumn, guided tours or self guided walks available. Open to the public on a seasonal basis or by appointment. Lalla Flower Farm is within the renowned Tamar Valley and has cottage accommodation available next door.

Barbeque

Carpark

Coach Parking

Family Friendly

Lawn / Gardens

Lookouts

Picnic Area

Public Toilet

Disabled access available, contact operator for details.

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