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  Landsendt

Address108 Parker Road, Oratia Waitakere City
RegionAuckland - West
Privately owned or publicPrivate
Email
Phone09 8186914
Fax09-8186391
Contact PersonAnthony & Carolyn Melling
Websitewww.landsendt.co.nz
Hours9 am till 4.30pm Please Phone Sundays All Year Round
Garden Size5 Acres Allow 1-2 Hours
Price$10
Brochure Available?Brochure and map.,
ParkingOn and off street parking for buses coaches and cars.
ToiletsYes
Food AvailableBy arrangement.
Cafe/Restaurant available?No
SeatingYes
PicnicsYes
Wheelchair AccessYes
Dogs AllowedNo
Children AllowedYes but as there is water in the garden they must be supervised.
AccommodationNo
WeddingsCeremony photos and reception
Plant/Other SalesA retail plant shop stocks a large and interesting range of subtropical plants for the discerning. Many of our more unusual plants are available plus we have a great range of subtropical palms, bromeliads, bananas ....lots of bold foliage and colour for your garden.
Guided ToursYes by arrangement, please ask for price.
Function center?No
Winery?No
Other FacilitiesDesign. If you are stuck and don't know where to start we can do it for you. Our design and build team can work together with you to create your own subtropical paradise. Maybe you need a plan and want to do it yourself....or maybe you want the whole job done... whatever your needs, if you want subtropical, come to Landsendt.

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The Garden

Nestled in the foothills of the Waitakere Ranges, Landsent is a garden that will transport you to another world. It is one of New Zealand's earliest subtropical gardens and has on offer a world renowned plant collection. Landsendt is a refuge for many rare plants. This garden is a treat for everyone, having a 'resort' feel about it. You don't need to be a plantaholic to enjoy a visit!




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The Gardener

Landsendt has been in the Endt family since 1962. The garden has evolved from a subtropical orchard to a garden featuring many unusual plants. Dick Endt travelled extensively through South America in search of lost crops of the Incas. He also fell in love with palms and was a founder of the NZ Palm Society. Carolyn and Anthony Melling (Dick and Annemarie's daughter and son in law) Have transformed the orchard and plant collection into a garden which showcases the amazing plants. They have opened up this paradise for weddings and other functions. You no longer need to go to Fiji for a tropical experience.
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Quiet corner by pond
Magnificent Ceroxylon quindiuense
Events
Weddings and special events
Fale
Shadows
Is this really NZ?
Eco toilets
Formal Lawn
A great place to contemplate
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