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Garden Tour Early Bird Tickets on sale now!

Garden Tour Early Bird Tickets on sale now!


We are thrilled to offer you special ‘Early Bird’ tickets to our Wairarapa Garden Tour - available for a limited time at a very special price!

For the first time, we are offering a very special ‘Early Bird’ price of just $35 per person when you purchase your ticket online before 15 September 2014. (Ticket prices after 15 September will be $45 per person).

The garden tour is a unique opportunity to explore some of the most beautiful gardens of the Wairarapa, most of which you would never normally have the opportunity to see.

Click here to purchase your tickets now!

Early Bird tickets may also be purchased at the Visitor Centre at Pukaha Mount Bruce.

Your ticket will also include admission for one adult to Pukaha Mount Bruce (valid until the end of January 2015).

The two day self-drive event will be held on the 8th and 9th of November. There will be 15 or 16 gardens open each day between9.30am and 4.30pm. Your ticket is valid for both days.

This year the gardens are in and around Featherston, Martinborough, Western Lake and Greytown and we can promise you a wonderful mix of small and large, old and new.

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