The Robert Clark Conservatory

Landmarks and Buildings

The Robert Clark Conservatory opened in 1995 and was built as part of the two million dollar bequest of Bob Clark in honour of his grandfather Robert Clark co-founder of The Ballarat Courier newspaper.

The third conservatory on the site, this is the first to allow visitors to stroll amongst the year-round floral displays, including the Begonia collection on show each year from the 2nd weekend in March (for approximately four weeks).

The other displays feature;
May – Chrysanthemums
Winter – Cyclamen, Cineraria and Primula
Spring – Schizanthus
Summer – Fuchsias, Hydrangeas and Pelargoniu


Family Friendly Lawn / Gardens Public Toilet


Free Entry

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