National Parks and Reserves

Seawinds Gardens is located a short stroll from the Arthurs Seat Summit region. The combination of indigenous and exotic formal gardens and William Ricketts sculpture collection make these gardens a popular destination.

Seawinds Gardens encompasses a 34 hectare area at the Summit of Arthurs Seat, 305 metres above sea level. The gardens offer spectacular views of Port Phillip and the Mornington and Bellarine Peninsula’s from the lookouts.

A network of walking tracks guide visitors through a diverse range of exotic and indigenous gardens. The gardens are popular for picnics with tables, electric barbecues and toilets available. Disabled access is available to facilities and walking tracks.

Seawinds Gardens have something to offer all year round. Spring brings colour as the trees and shrubs of the gardens begin to flower. Summer offers an environment which is cooler than the surrounding coast. Autumn showcases the gardens deciduous trees. Winter highlights the contrast between the bare birch and willow branches against the pine and cypress. Daffodils flower in late August.

Seawinds Gardens are open to walkers at all times, whilst the car park is open.

Facilities

Barbeque Carpark Coach Parking Family Friendly Lookouts Picnic Area Public Toilet

Activities

Birdwatching Hiking Walks

Disabled Assistance

Disabled access available

Rates

Free Entry

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