Explore and enjoy the beauty of Australian native plants in themed gardens designed to represent the cultural, environmental, historical and agricultural characteristics of Shepparton and the Goulburn Valley.
The garden designs depict the story of change. The garden themes follow a timeline and are revealed to visitors as they walk along the pathways.
The site consists of native grassy bushland, wetlands, and a 7 hectare, 30 metre-high reclaimed landfill area with a lookout on top. This provides an expansive view of the local landscape and forms a significant landmark on the outskirts of the city, adjacent to the Goulburn and Broken Rivers.
Bicycles can be ridden on the lower areas around the base of Honeysuckle Rise and on the crushed brick paths through the native bushland areas. Please dismount if you wish to walk to the top of Honeysuckle Rise.
Please adhere to this policy. Should you wish to exercise your dogs in Shepparton there are many shared pathways along the Goulburn River and an off-leash dog park in Paterson Road.
The Gardens are always open. Please park your vehicle at the gated area at the end of Kialla Tip Road and walk in.