Victoria State Rose Garden

Victoria State Rose Garden

The Victoria State Rose Garden is the largest and best-maintained public rose garden in Australia. The shape of the rose garden resembles a Tudor Rose and this huge parkland is home to a variety of rose varieties and a lush green lawns.

It has also previously received the prestigious Garden Of Excellence Award from the WFR Societies.

Victoria State Rose Garden, Map & Opening Hours, Werribee

Visitors of all ages will love the 4.75 hectares of parkland. The gardens features over 6,000 rose species; with more than 120 volunteers working at this garden to maintain and nurture the beautiful roses and lawns.

After its redevelopment, the Victoria State Rose Garden boasts a new formal entrance, so don’t forget to bring your camera as there are plenty of areas for a great photo.

The new entrance has a metal arch with its name inscribed. Also, the gate has a side panel that showcases a brief outline of the garden’s layout. This beautiful garden has even played host to many private events and wedding functions.

As it’s located right next door, make sure you check out the popular Werribee Mansion and Werribee Open Range Zoo.

Victoria State Rose Garden Information

K Road,
Werribee South, VIC
 Operating Hours:
From April to September 9.30am till 5pm.
From October to April 5th 9.30am till 6.00pm (daylight saving time)
Phone: (03) 8734 5100
Email: [email protected]
 Ticket Prices/Admission:

Highly Recommended Melbourne Parks and Gardens

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4 CommentsLeave a comment

    • Hi Venkat,

      Yes, you can get there by public transport. Catch a train from Melbourne on the Werribee Line and get off at Werribee Station. Then catch the number 439 bus, which takes you right up to the grounds of the gardens. The whole trip will take just over 1 hour.

      Have a great time at the Rose Gardens!

    • Hi Kate,

      Autumn is the best time to see the roses in full bloom, however they are still blooming right now.

      However, the roses will be less in bloom over the next month as the cold will cause the leaves to drop and inhibit flowering. Additionally they commence pruning on 8th June, but with over 5000 roses to prune it will take quite some time!