Bronte House Spring Garden Open Weekend

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Bronte House  470 Bronte Rd   Bronte NSW 2024


Spring Open Days 2008

Saturday 20th & Sunday 21st September


Bronte House, Sydney’s Premier Heritage Garden, will be open to the public on

September 20th and 21st.   Famed for its David Austin roses, succulent and

perennial collections and its eclectic mix of traditional Victorian plantings and

exotica,  the magnificently restored garden at Bronte House will be in full Spring

colour and fragrance.  A particular highlight will be the display of 10,000

flowering yellow and orange clivea.


Myles Baldwin, head gardener and author of Period Gardens, Landscapes for

Houses with History, will be on hand throughout the weekend to answer

horticultural questions and to sign copies of his book.  


The open day on Sunday will be hosted by Bronte Public School.  They will be

displaying their art and poetry created under the guidance of author Libby

Hathorn and artist Pat Granville Smith under the title 100 Views of Bronte House.

At noon they will provide entertainment with a band performance. 


This mid-nineteenth century house and garden, is perched in and above the

parkland valley leading to Bronte Beach.  It offers an idyllic destination or resting

place for those doing the cliff walk from Bondi to Bronte.  BYO lunch or on

Sunday try a sausage from the barbeque.  Cakes, coffee and cold drinks will also

be available.

Media enquiries:

Myles Baldwin is available to interview, please contact him on 0414 529 994

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Bronte House  470 Bronte Rd   Bronte NSW 2024

How to get there

and other useful information …..


Bronte House, 

470 Bronte Road, 

Bronte         2024



10am – 4pm


adults $8, concession $4

children under 5 free


‘Period Gardens, Landscapes for Houses with History’ by

Myles Baldwin, head gardener, will be on sale at the open



media enquiries:

Myles Baldwin is available to interview, please contact him

on 0414 529 994

Bronte is a popular beach and the area around Bronte Road becomes crowded

on weekends.  Visitors are advised to take public transport or to park in nearby

streets and walk to Bronte House.

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