Many of the gardens from 2020 are returning for 2021 but we have seven new properties. This year we have included some Historic Homesteads and Artists along with the private gardens for your viewing pleasure. Plus we have some guest speakers to inspire you too – see the Talks and Tours page on our website.
There are garden events to educate, entertain and inspire you. While you’re enjoying our gardens and warm hospitality, we hope you’ll stay a night or two and visit our wineries, cafés, retail shops and the many other attractions of the Hurunui District. Book your accommodation now to avoid disappointment.
There’s so much to experience and enjoy at the Hurunui Garden Festival. Come and join us for a weekend in the inspirational gardens and attractions of the Hurunui.
From left to right: Anita Todd (Secretary), Krissy Griggs (Hurunui Tourism), Meg Macfarlane (Treasurer), Doreen Dryden, Gary Mitchell (Chairperson), Vicki Collett, Debbie Anderson, Penny Zino.
The gardens are arranged into geographically based clusters, making it easy for you to plan your visit to multiple gardens. Each cluster has its own detailed map, showing you the precise location of the gardens, along with useful information, such as the locations of public toilets, accommodation, petrol and diesel stations, and food outlets.