Covering well over an acre, Corinda boasts one of the finest private gardens in the whole of Tasmania. Laid out in a series of “rooms”, or compartments, defined by yew and box hedges with antique urns, delightful topiary figures of native animals and tiers of espalier limes, it is richly planted to provide colour and botanical interest throughout the year.
A magnificent Magnolia tree, more than 100 years old, is floodlit at night and visible for miles around.
The garden won a major National Trust Award in 1995, and is occasionally open to the public. Interested groups are welcome to book a guided tour.