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Inverawe Native Gardens

1565 Channel Hwy, Margate, Tasmania 7054, Australia
+61 3 6267 2020
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Tasmania's largest landscaped Native garden winds around the shores of North West Bay. Inverawe enjoys stunning views and contains over 7000 Australian and Tasmanian native plants. There is always something in bloom in this sustainable, low chemical use, waterwise garden. Interpretive signs enhance the experience. Bird watchers have spotted 84 species at Inverawe, including all 12 endemics. Open seven days a week, September through May, other times by arrangement.
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1565 Channel Hwy, Margate, Tasmania 7054, Australia
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Reviewed 13 April 2017

Not at all child friendly, owners were rude to my wife and suggested she return another day without our 2 children. This was within 2 mins of entering and children were well behaved. Would not recommend this place. Drive up the road for 5 mins...More

2  Thank BobnStacy
William C, Owner at Inverawe Native Gardens, responded to this reviewResponded 15 April 2017

Inverawe is a 9.5 ha garden landscaped in the grand tradition but using Australian native plants. It is not a bush block - we have planted over 12,000 natives, drawn from all over Southern Australia, supplemented by natural regrowth. We have laid out kilometres of...More

Reviewed 16 March 2017 via mobile

Well worth a visit. I wasn't sure if it was worth the drive , but it was a delight and owned by charming people happy to talk to you about their amazing project

1  Thank Valerie O
Reviewed 12 March 2017

Spectacular views over the bay, a wonderful array of native plants, well kept paths and plenty of seats to sit and admire the views. The information panels are very informative, lovely poems and small garden statues spread throughout. Owners very friendly and happy to chat.

2  Thank Jatvla
Reviewed 3 March 2017

Lovely setting looking over the water. The hosts are helpful. Even in autumn, plenty in flower. Nice to see a garden with swathes of plants you can immerse yourself in.

1  Thank casandlisa
Reviewed 22 February 2017

A pleasant stroll through a variety of native Tasmanian plants. Not well publicised but very good for both keen gardeners and birdwatchers and it is easily found as it's next to Margate Train. Parking is on the road and then you get a brief orientation...More

Thank Julie P
Reviewed 13 February 2017

We spent about 2 hours at Inverawe this morning. What an enchanting place! Margaret and Bill are devoted to keeping threatened floral species growing, and over many years have placed them in a serene, wonderful environment among all the other plants that exist there. Margaret...More

1  Thank Doug B
Reviewed 23 December 2016 via mobile

My friend and I went here in search of birds. Well there are never any guarantees with that! However you can be guaranteed of a delightful few hours minimum of strolling through these magnificent gardens. Made all the more special as the owners explain and...More

1  Thank Englishmob
Reviewed 4 December 2016

Inverawe is not just an amazing native garden, but also contains interesting snippets of history and botanical information. As well, it has quirky features dotted throughout the large garden area. You can sit and enjoy the garden, water views and bird life or wander the...More

1  Thank merridee856
Reviewed 5 October 2016

I visited Inverawe with a friend recently, and it was to be part of a full on itinerary, so I planned for less than an hour there but we spent a whole blissful morning wandering around the well made paths and loving the many and...More

2  Thank ozzygal5
William C, Owner at Inverawe Native Gardens, responded to this reviewResponded 7 October 2016

Thanks very much for your kind words. We've had a bit a rain through winter and into spring and the garden has never looked better.

Reviewed 26 May 2016 via mobile

We visited back in April for our honey moon and was expecting to see natives but got charged full price just to see weeds , it was unfortunate we could get half price admin as there wasn't much to seeMore

Thank Charmaine C
William C, Owner at Inverawe Native Gardens, responded to this reviewResponded 20 September 2016

Charmaine - if you had spoken to me at the time I'm sure we could have resolved this. We meet all visitors to introduce the garden and are happy to debrief at the end of their visit. I suspect the "weeds" were in fact native...More

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