Bebeah Gardens in Mount Wilson are simply beautiful at this time of year.

There are still some flowers, and the

Autumn colour of the deciduous trees are really starting to show.

Bebeah Gardens at Mount Wilson

Blue Mountains Australia

This is a large garden with a pond, it has plenty of seating areas and shady courtyards to sit and rest.

There are quite a few statues in this garden which create delightful focal points.

Bebeah Gardens is quite sunny, and slopes downhill for quite a distance.



Mount Tomah Botanical Gardens is a must see at any time of year, but especially in Autumn. This shot is from a few years back, and I may update this if get a chance to visit these gardens again this Autumn.

It is a large garden, so be prepared to spend some time walking, there is also a restaurant there which does get very busy.


This is my favourite garden at Mount Wilson and although these shots are a few years old as well, we have been back there many times since. We always spend some time chatting to the friendly owners of this spectacular garden while enjoying a cup of tea and bickies.

This medium sized garden contains Waterfalls, ponds, and seating areas. It’s Autumn display is spectacular. The layout of this garden is so well designed and has many intricate paths running throughout.

There is a small nursery section where you can purchase plants that are available at the time, and you can sit and relax with a cup of tea or coffee and bickies.

This is the only garden that I have been to that provides refreshments at Mount Wilson apart from Mount Tomah Botanical Gardens.

Mount Wilson is a small but beautiful part of The Blue Mountains and is worth a visit because there is so much more to see here.

With no central town centre, you must drive around and explore for yourself the natural beauty that this area has.

There are NO SHOPS here, so bring your own food and drink and just enjoy the surroundings.

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