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Wanted to spend some time at the gardens but having finally located them we too found we had had a wasted journey. No sign of life, abandoned buildings which looked as though they had been empty some time. Two passersby advised that the gardens were...More
We drove to visit Bay Gardens this morning as I am keenly interested in tropical flora, but we were most disappointed to find the place apparently abandoned. The 'Welcome to Bay Gardens' sign was still there, but the offices were empty, and the entrance area...More
We were recently (Feb 2014) visiting old friends who own part of Bay Garden (the wife's family own it). They are currently working on restoring it, but it may be awhile before it is ready for visitors.
We found our way to the vicinity of Bay Gardens, but when we asked a neighbour we were informed that they were no longer open. This was on Saturday 1st February 2014. I rated this as a 1 star attraction because I could not leave...More
Visited in December 2013, I really can not say if the garden is open or shut, everything was in poor order, looking as though there had been no maintenance for months, Can someone advice if this garden has not shut down please ?
The owner of the garden takes you round and he knows just about every plant and tree in this unusual, natural garden. It has belonged to his family since he played in it as a child and is well worth a visit. We managed to...More
We were shown round by the owner Albert who is an expert plantsman and really loves his garden. Tropical plants from all around the globe. Not particularly flowery but lots of trees, shrubs etc in a most beautiful setting. Well worth seeing.
We just visited Bay Gardens for a second time and were delighted to see that it was open to the public again after a short closure earlier in the year. This is a magical tropical garden (not your formally laid out European garden), more of...More
Only recently re-opened and we were the recipients of a very warm friendly greeting and a wonderful tour lasting over an hour and learning about all the plants and the history of the place. As a keen gardner it was time well spent and it...More