Camperdown Botanical Gardens

The Camperdown Gardens land was put aside in 1869 with work being carried out by Daniel Bunce from 1870, in 1888 inprovements were made under the guidance of William Guilfoyle.

220 Park Road Camperdown



The Camperdown Gardens land was put aside in 1869 with work being carried out by Daniel Bunce from 1870, in 1888 inprovements were made under the guidance of William Guilfoyle. The Gardens feature three species of trees on the Significant tree registry - The African Holly, an avenue of nine Linden trees and  two Himalayan Oaks. The impressive canopy also includes  Elms, Cedars and  Pines. 

These magnificent  gardens are perched above the two volcanic crater lakes of Lake Bullen Merri and Lake Gnotuk and are a wonderful place to enjoy a picnic or BBQ (free electric BBQ) with your friends and family.

Physical Address and GPS Coordinates

  • 220 Park Road, Camperdown
  • Lat: -38.234916
  • Lng: 143.117067