Spanning more than four hectares of land, the European-style gardens at Cameron Lodge create an idyllic setting for anyone who wants to get away from the busyness of everyday life. If you’re looking for rest and relaxation, there’s surely no better place to visit.
The unique climate of Mount Macedon, combined with fertile and varied soil types has resulted in a wealth of wonderful plant life, all cultivated to great effect within these gorgeous grounds.
Ensconced within the grounds of an historic hill station – one of the oldest in Australia – Cameron Lodge still encapsulates the essence of the era in which it was created.
While exploring the grounds, you may even stumble upon some interesting architectural gems. The exquisite garden design contains original stonework terraces, with the classical Temple of the Winds, designed in 1932, set on its very own island.
Cameron Lodge is considered to have one of Australia’s most important colonial gardens, and some of our individual trees and gardens are even registered with the National Trust! Lined with herbaceous borders and sweeping lawns, this space full of horticultural and botanical significance.