2019 Maitland Black and White

Garden Ramble

Escape to the delights of the Maitland region

Ramble through eight beautiful properties opening their gardens to the public this September 21 & 22. 

This year the Ramble is featuring four heritage gardens. Be inspired, explore and enjoy these unique properties on display.

Open 10am to 4pm both days, cafe, barbecue, cake stand all on offer.

PLUS  a shuttle bus both days (limited seats – tickets must be pre-purchased through the Maitland Visitor Information Centre).

All funds raised support the Hunter branch of Vision Australia.

Special Mentions

Thank you to Maitland City Council for their generous support of the 2019 Garden Ramble.


Buying Tickets


All Gardens

$35 Adult (children free)

$25 Concession (aged pension only)

Individual Gardens

$5 per garden (children free)


$45 Adult

$35 Concession


Departs 9.45am – Maitland Railway Station – Daily

Returns between 3.30pm and 4pm

Tickets must be pre-purchased through the Maitland Visitor Information Centre.

Limited Seats Available (28 only).

Tickets will be available from the following stockists:

Maitland Visitor Information Centre – High Street, Maitland
Heritage Gardens Nursery – New England Highway, East Maitland
Bolwarra Café – 22 Paterson Road, Bolwarra
Sharpe’s Nursery – 324 Darby Street, Bar Beach
Poppy’s Nursery – Oakdale Road, Gateshead

Tickets also available at each garden on the day or online.

Online bookings

Tickets can also be purchased via Maitland Ticketing

Maitland Black and White Committee

The Maitland Black and White Committee is responsible for co-ordinating a broad range of fundraising events for Vision Australia (formerly known as the Royal Blind Society) and its many services.


The Maitland Black and White Committee began in 1956 and meets once a month, to organise fundraising activities, to help support the work of Vision Australia


Vision Australia, supporting people who are blind or have low vision to live the life they choose.

Garden Ramble

The Maitland Garden Ramble is organised by the local Black and White Committee as one of their fundraisers for their patron body, Vision Australia.


Roadsend Landscaping
Starr Partners
Heritage Gardens
St George
Hunter Outdoor Equipment
Maitland Ready Mixed Concrete


Peaks Mini Bus Hire
Lorn Butchery
Bakers Delight
Hunter Lifestyle
Jennings Print Group
Hunter Signs
Bec Designed It
Vision Australia

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