Tim Neville Arboretum – 30 years on

The Tim Neville Arboretum was constructed on the site of the Dobson family orchards and opened in 1988 to mark the bi-centenary of European settlement.

Now 30 years on, after major redesign and replanting, with new water features and improved facilities, this park is rapidly becoming a stunningly attractive public space.

All credit to Knox Council parks and gardens!

The recently built lakeside pavilion, with its sharply sculptural shape and richly coloured roof is already proving popular for wedding photos and likely to attract more group celebrations.

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