Mayfield Garden Autumn Festival is back for 2022

This autumn enjoy picnics, glamping, rowing, and Australia’s largest maze – all set within one of NSW’s most extensive and picturesque gardens, just 2 hours from Sydney!

Mayfield Garden, Australia’s largest privately-owned cool climate garden, has announced its annual Autumn Festival will return from Saturday April 2nd through to ANZAC Day, Monday 25th April.

During the Autumn Festival, the full 65 hectares of the spectacular cool climate garden – including a 50-hectare private family estate – will be open for guests to immerse themselves in the beauty and tranquility of the Garden.

Festival visitors are invited to bring a picnic lunch, or book a table at the renowned Mayfield Café to indulge in the seasonal menu.

The extraordinary kaleidoscope of Autumnal colours that Mayfield Garden has on show makes the Autumn season the most impressive time of year to visit.

Visitors can explore Australia’s largest English Box Hedge Maze, the Mayfield Amphitheatre, Cascade and Temple, Family Chapel, Water Garden, Stumpery and enjoy rowing on the glassy Mayfield Lake.

“Visitors to our Autumn Festival traditionally come to see the amazing explosion of colour, but I think they will be wowed this year by the spectacular growth the garden has experienced over the last 12-months,” says Mayfield’s Chris Muldoon.

“Those who know the garden will be astounded not only at how much it has grown but also how quickly it is maturing, and, of course, the garden always looks amazing in Autumn.”

The Garden will be open during the Autumn Festival from 9.00am to 5.00pm, with no entry after 3.30pm.

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About Mayfield Garden

Visit Australia’s largest privately-owned, cool climate garden, Mayfield is a living legacy of the Hawkins family who took their inspiration from the best gardens in Europe.

Beautiful in every season, 15-hectares of Mayfield Garden are open 363 days.

Enjoy breakfast, lunch or a snack in Mayfield Café.  The seasonal menu, where much of the produce is grown on-site in the kitchen garden.

The Hawkins’ Private Family Garden, an additional 50 hectares, is open to visitors four times a year for seasonal festivals and features one of the country’s largest English Box Hedge Maze, Cascade & Temple, Amphitheatre, Mayfield Chapel, Walled Kitchen Garden & Glasshouse, and rowing on the Mayfield lake.

Located 15 minutes from Oberon, the 65-hectare garden is a two-and-a-half-hour drive from Sydney and a 75-minute drive from Katoomba through the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains.

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