This used to be among my prayers- a portion of land not so very large,which contain
and near the homestead a spring of ever-flowing water and a little forest to complete
Hillandale Garden is situated 1150m above sea level at Yetholme half way between
Lithgow and Bathurst in the beautiful Central Tablelands.
The garden is six acres comprising of a woodland of mature Oaks, Rhododendrons, Conifers,
Camelias and many more interesting shrubs, nestled in a small peaceful valley, with
a fern lined creek running through the middle.
One side of the garden is bordered by an 80m long English Style Herbaceous Perennial
Bed, with Lupins, Delphiniums, Dahlias, Salvia ornamental grasses and much more.
There is a small nursery attached to the garden specialising in cool climate perennials
and grasses. All Plants are grown and propagated on site. The perennial border displaying
all plants for sale in the nursery.
Hillandale Garden and Nursery, Yetholme NSW.
Elevation: 1150 metres;
Owners: Andrew and Sarah Ryan
A garden is always a “work in progress” with owners Sarah and AndrewRyan planning
many projects in the future.
Sarah and Andrew hope you enjoy the garden as much as they do.
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Be inspired by the double English style Herbaceous border filled with many rare and
Charlie Waters first settled “Hillandale”, a 70 acre portion, in 1847. He was a timber
cutter by trade and built a very basic cottage on the eastern hillside below the
garden where there is a permanent spring. These days a mulberry tree, Daffodils and
iris remain to mark the spot.