Ian Potter Foundation Children❜s Gardens
The Ian Potter Foundation Children’s Gardens is a garden in which children are encouraged to express themselves creatively by using their imagination and getting their hands dirty. The garden provides the opportunity for children and parents to play and discover the delight of plants in the natural world. Innovative education and visitor programs are constantly being developed for and delivered at the Children's Garden. With such a variety of plants to spark a child’s interest, their understanding is being fostered of the connections between plants, food and culture .
10am - Sunset, Wednesday to Sunday (Mondays, Tuesdays in term time – booked schools use only)
10am - Sunset, seven days per week during Victorian State School holidays
10am – Sunset all public holidays
*Mondays, Tuesdays in term time – booked schools use only
Each year the Children’s Garden takes a break in winter for regular maintenance and restoration for eight weeks following the end of July school holidays. Please check with the Visitor Centre for exact dates.