The Victoria State Rose Garden, located in the prestigious grounds of Werribee Park, is an internationally acclaimed garden and a winner of the World Federation of Rose Societies Award for Garden Excellence. The garden was the first rose garden outside of Europe to receive this award.
Spreading over six acres, the Rose Garden is separated from the main Werribee Mansion gardens by a heritage border featuring historical and varying roses from around the world.
The garden features a two theme display with a rose design; a Federation Leaf dedicated to Australian roses and the David Austin Bud showcasing roses of 46 cultivars and the garden pathways act as a rose stem, leading from the Tudor Rose petals, to a leaf and a rosebud.
With over 5,000 roses on display the rose garden is a magnificent sight when in bloom from November to April.
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