The Illawarra Grevillea Park is a wonderful place to visit to see our beautiful flora in full bloom. It's located at the rear of Bulli Showground, Princes Highway, Bulli – close to Bulli Station.
Spring Open Days 2019 - final weekends for 2019
Saturday and Sunday, 7–8 September and 14–15 September, 10 am to 4 pm
Progress in the park
Over the summer hundreds of new plants have been added to the gardens’ extensive collection and new paths built through the rainforest. A warm autumn has been excellent for many of our flowering beauties.
Winter is a great time to stroll around the park. Explore the display gardens and discover grevilleas and other plants from all over Australia. Spend some time in the tranquil rainforest, take a bush walk in the vine forest or relax and picnic on the lawn.
In spring, everything is bursting into bloom.
Plants for sale
Hundreds of natives are for sale, including grafted grevilleas, eremophilas and pimeleas. And there are plenty of books to browse and purchase at low prices.
In September, APS Menai Group will have limited stock of Actinotus forsythii, the pink flannel flower, for sale.
Tours of the garden occur each day at 11 am.
BBQ facilities are available and there is easy access to display gardens, including the rainforest, for wheelchairs and prams.
WANT ADVICE? – bring your questions and we will do our best to help!
COST: $5 adults and children free.
FURTHER INFORMATION: The Illawarra Grevillea Park/Facebook, email@example.com 0424 830 925
Image above by the late Noel Rosten.