Once the family residence of Clara and Edith Gamble, this heritage stone cottage has been lovingly restored and is now open to the public. A glorious, busy little garden surrounds the cottage, with stout old rose bushes, a zigzag of daisy beds, clumps of fuchsias, and other classic blooms transporting the visitor to a bygone era. The estate is now tended by the Coromandel Valley branch of the National Trust and by the Friends of Gamble Garden. Guided tours and plant sales take place each month.
Parks, Gardens & Cemeteries