Cloudehill Gardens is an English style garden that is located on the Dandenong Ranges. It has been ‘partitioned’ into twenty different compartments that represent its own season. The main focal point is the terrace designed with borders four metres deep interspersed by perennials. European beech, Himalayan rhododendrons, magnolias, and a host of other plants adorn the surroundings. There are two Japanese weeping maples that face a $5,000 sculptural vase by Robert Barron; many other sculptures can be found elsewhere. The Seasons restaurant that boasts a commanding view of the scenery is open year round.
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