Australia - NSW
For 2 weekends each September, Rydal, NSW, is aglow with thousands of daffodils, in open fields, public parks and private gardens.
Rydal is a historic village only 150km west of Sydney. Come and enjoy fields of all kinds of daffodils, open gardens, music, sculpture and community events on 10 & 11 September, and 17 & 18 September 2016.

Daffodils at Rydal, NSW


Rydal is a pretty village on the bank of Solitary Creek, surrounded by rolling rural countryside. It was named after a village in England where the poet William Wordsworth lived. His poem ‘The Daffodils‘ has helped make these lovely flowers popular throughout the wold.

Rydal has some wonderful heritage buildings dating from the time when it was the terminus of the Western Railway.

For 2 weekends each September, Rydal is aglow with thousands of daffodils, in open fields, public parks and private gardens.

All gardens and village attractions are open from 10am to 4pm on Saturday and Sunday on the weekends of 10-11 and 17-18 September 2016

Open gardens include Chapel House, Karingal, Bark Ridge, Rydal Cottage, Rose Cottage, The Old Police Station, Evermore, Rydal Mount, Featherstone and Solitary Creek

The Railway Garden Shop will have home made gifts, as well as pre-loved books and potted colour for sale.

Refreshments are available at Greg Featherstone Park in Rydal, Bark Ridge, Chapel House and Rydal Pub, plus there are many fine picnic spots throughout the district.



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$10 entry gives admission to all gardens, live music and other attractions
You can pay the entry fee at the Information Centre in Rydal Village at the Railway Station on the main street, or at any of the country gardens (download brochure for map).