Alfred Nicholas Memorial Gardens

Alfred Nicholas Memorial Gardens

Alfred Nicholas Gardens are in Sherbrooke in the Dandenong Ranges near Kallista, about an hour's drive from Melbourne.

The gardens cover a massive 13 hectares of plantings including Australian native plants. The many linking paths through this garden take you beneath a canopy of awesome Mountain Ash Trees.

Walk through shady trees down to the picturesque lake, and picnic by the quaint boathouse.

In spring, view the flowering azaleas, cherry trees and viburnum.

Alfred Nicholas

Who was Alfred Nicholas

Alfred Nicholas (1881-1937) along with his brother George (1884-1960) made the first Australian aspirin and named it Aspro.

In the gardens is Burnham Beeches, a mansion built for Nicholas.

Alfred Nicholas Garden is open 10:00 am to 5:00 pm every day except Christmas Day.

The garden may close during dangerous weather conditions, high fire risk or for major works.


CLOSED.. - After re-opening, the gardens has been closed due to over-crowding

❊ What's On ❊

Burnham Beeches

❊ Address ❊

 ⊜  1 Sherbrooke Road Sherbrooke 3789 View Map
 ✆ Telephone: Call Parks Victoria on 13 1963
1 Sherbrooke RoadSherbrookeVictoriaCall Parks Victoria on 13 1963

❊ Web Links ❊

Alfred Nicholas Memorial Gardens 

❊ Also See.. ❊

Sherbrooke Forest

The Piggery Cafe

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Accessibility: Contact the venue for accessibility information.

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