• This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.


2 – 6 JANUARY 2020
(Departing Sydney)

Book Now

Lunch in the shade of an enormous spreading English oak, enveloped in the fragrance of arching rows of lavender in full bloom. Join us for aromatherapy of the botanical kind. We’ve included some beautiful cool climate gardens to give you an inspirational short break.
Thursday 2 January 2020
Home – Launceston (D)

Depart Sydney on a direct flight to Launceston with Virgin Australia.
Check in at Peppers Seaport, our home for the next three nights. Relax and unwind in this scenic spot on the waterfront. Dinner tonight is included in a restaurant next to our hotel and on the riverfront.

Accommodation: Peppers Seaport, Launceston

Friday 3 January 2020
Bridestowe Lavender (B/MT/L)

It’s all about lavender today! Endless fields of lavender flowers will take your breath away. We’ll enjoy morning tea, learn about the distillation process to make lavender oil, do some shopping and then head to lunch under the grand oak in view of all that blooms at Bridestowe Lavender Estate.

Accommodation: Peppers Seaport, Launceston

Saturday 4 January 2020
Mole Creek (B/MT/L)

We are heading to Mole Creek this morning to visit two famous gardens; Wychwood, a fine garden that’s re-opened with new owners keen to put their own stamp on this landmark garden. Then Old Wesleydale where the walled garden is new plus a potting shed, picking garden and glasshouse. Don’t miss the bountiful potager and dovecote. It’s an Arcadian landscape with vistas through to the ranges. We’ll enjoy lunch here before we travel back to Launceston.

Accommodation: Peppers Seaport, Launceston

Sunday 5 January 2020
Woolmers (B/L/D)

First stop this morning is Launceston City Park and the Design Centre next door, a showcase for local arts and crafts and Tassie timbers. Next stop is Woolmers Estate, a reflection of colonial life in Tasmania. A guided tour of the house will tell the story of six generations of the Archer Family. The garden is another reflection of its colonial past. Lunch is included today and a walk through the famous rose garden. Clarendon is next, on the banks of the South Esk River, one of the great Georgian Regency homes of Australia. Visit this colonial farm complex with a residence established in 1817 by James Cox. Farewell Dinner tonight.

Accommodation: Peppers Seaport, Launceston

Monday 6 January 2020
Launceston – Home (B)

Transfer to the airport for your flight home.


To secure your booking and make your deposit, please complete our online booking form. You will be contacted by a Ross Tours Travel Manager to confirm your details and preferred method of payment.


Cancellations received 180-120 days prior to departure will incur loss of deposit.
Cancellations received between 119-60 days prior to departure will incur a 50% cancellation fee.
Cancellations received between 59-30 days prior to departure will incur a 75% cancellation fee plus any non-recoverable costs incurred.
Cancellations received within 30 days prior to departure will incur 100% cancellation fee.
Cancellations must be sent in writing.
Cancellation fee is based upon the total amounts paid including tours, airfares and all other travel arrangements.
Please refer to the Ross Garden Tours standard terms and conditions

Book Now

  • Return group airfare Sydney-Launceston-Sydney
  • Luxury air-conditioned motorcoach throughout tour
  • Accommodation for 4 nights in Peppers Seaport, Launceston with breakfast daily
  • 3 Lunches
  • 2 Dinner
  • Entrance fees to all gardens and sightseeing including Bridestowe Lavender Estate, Wychwood, Old Wesleydale, Woolmers Estate, Clarendon

Twin Share land only $2,295 per person
Twin Share including air $2,595 per person
Single Supplement $595

All prices in Australian dollars
Prices based on minimum 15 passengers
Air price is based on departure from Sydney


Earlybird discount $50
Previous Traveller Discount $25
Garden Clinic Member discount $25

download the brochure


Singapore Garden Festival

Singapore is a city in a garden. An exciting mix of cultures, ultramodern ‘Supertrees’ and 19thcentury charm, all wrapped in
beautiful tropical gardens. Discover Gardens by the Bay, Flower Dome and Cloud Forest; a showcase of horticulture and garden
artistry at the 2020 Singapore Garden Festival.

Chelsea Flower Show and the Gardens of England

Come with us to an England up to its knees in spring blossom, carpets of bluebells and meadows of wildflowers. Our
tour includes the cerulean Cornish Coastline. It’s a heavenly mix of gardens: Royal, public, and private with Opening
Day at the spectacular Chelsea Flower Show.

Portugal and the Madeira Flower Festival

Citrus scented streets, Art Nouveau buildings, mosaic pavements, blue/white ceramic tiles (azulejos) decorated walls, arcades, columns and water tanks, marble towns of the Alentejo; all go to make this spring journey through Portugal and Madeira one to remember. Highlight is Madeira’s famous Flower Festival.

Japan Spring Festivals

Japan celebrates Golden Week with festivals of azalea, peony, wisteria and the last of the cherry blossom. Our floral adventure begins
in the deep mountains of Nikko, and then travels over four islands of the archipelago: Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu and Naoshima. Highlight
includes walking beneath Japan’s famous wisteria tunnels. See cities Tokyo, Matsue, Okayama and Takamatsu.