As one of the oldest gardens in both the Camden Haven and Port Macquarie Districts, Diamond Waters Garden is a walk in the rainforest filled with rare and extraordinary plants including giant king ferns, bromeliads, palms, cycads, bamboos, and rare forms of strelitzia. Bring your own picnic.

The Gardens are open to the public during holiday periods and by appointment. The Gardens are on site luxury Treehouse accommodation can be hired out for small weddings (up to 70 people) and celebratory events. Set along the Camden Haven River and under the gaze of North Brother mountain, it provides a stunning relaxation spot just 1.2 kilometres from Laurieton.

In 2017 the Gardens and facilities commenced eco wedding hosting for weddings up to 70 guests. Intending couples are provided with a unique opportunity to select a nature based wedding site and reception option ranging from the property to nearby beaches and National Parks - a stunning and relaxed option awaits.

The Gardens are also the setting to two award winning luxury Treehouses, perfect for those that want to be surrounded by nature in the highest standard of sustainable accommodation. Accredited by Ecotourism Australia.

This listing was updated on 26/11/2018 by Diamond Waters Nursery. Port Macquarie-Hastings Council accepts no liability for inaccuracies or errors in the above listing.


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    128 Diamond Head Road, Dunbogan, New South Wales, 2443
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