Great News in 2022

The Mid-Mountains Garden Festival has been an annual Spring celebration of beautiful gardens in the Blue Mountains, west of Sydney since 1984. After two years of cancellations due to the pandemic, it will celebrate its 36th Festival in 2022 on 10-11 September and 17-18 September. The Festival raises much-needed funds for the students at Hazelbrook

Mid-Mountains Garden Festival 2021 cancelled

Unfortunately due to the extended lockdown in the greater Sydney area, we have made the tough decision to cancel this year’s garden festival. Thank you to all the garden owners who have already put so much time and energy into preparing their gardens for the festival, all to support the Hazelbrook Public School students. As

Special garden festival events for 2019

Plant sales: There will be plenty of plants for sale at the gardens Tarraleah in Hazelbrook and Banool in Linden, plus at 20 Mile Hollow Cafe in Woodford. All plants have been propagated from local gardens by the school greenhouse team, and are ready to plant. There will be a huge selection of plants for

10 festival gardens confirmed for September 2019

The 2019 Mid-Mountains Garden Festival will feature 10 stunning gardens in Hazelbrook, Woodford and Linden, in the Blue Mountains west of Sydney. Wondering where the gardens are? Our maps here show the locations of all 10 gardens in the 2019 Mid-Mountains Garden Festival. 1 TARRALEAH (courtesy Norma and Andrew Price) 92 Railway Parade, Hazelbrook ‘Tarraleah’ was

Eight gardens on show at 2018 Mid-Mountains Garden Festival

This year’s Mid-Mountains Garden Festival will feature eight gardens that showcase the beauty and diversity of local gardens, and the creativity and hard work of the owners. Two gardens are returning to the festival in September. Tarraleah in Hazelbrook features an extensive orchard, landscaped gardens, more than 500 bulbs, a variety of chickens and ducks,