Visiting the Campbell Rhododendron Gardens

Australia, Sydney Guide (B): Visiting the Campbell Rhododendron Gardens

I finally made my way to the Campbell Rhododendron Gardens in Blackheath after having visited this favourite Blue Mountains town numerous times, but always getting distracted by the many other natural attractions there.

The gardens are within walking distance of Blackheath Train Station – only 1 km away, takes about 15 minutes at a relaxed pace. I’m a big fan of attractions that can be reached via public transport – especially in more remote areas, as believe me, Uber won’t help you here.

I was lucky enough to have an uncharacteristically sunny Winter day on which to visit the gardens. As you walk further from the main street in Blackheath you begin to notice the stillness that is such a welcoming feature of this mountain town.

The quiet only deepens as you walk further until, upon reaching the garden entrance, all you can hear is the soft sounds of Australian bush.

Just head straight into the gardens, but be sure to take the pedestrian path down – and not the road that is designated especially for cars. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Visiting the Campbell Rhododendron Gardens
Guide Location: Australia » Sydney
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Rota Rakula
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