My wife and I visited these park like surroundings for the first time, despite having resided in the Hamilton area for over 20 years. What an absolute jewel of a place for all ages to visit and enjoy. Depending on the seasons, it could be a destination for picnics, fitness walking or cycling trails, contemplative strolls to admire the local... 更多
My husband and I were anxious to learn about different types of native New Zealand trees here. The grounds have nice easy well-maintained gravel trails and the walk was very pleasant. There certainly were a large variety of mature trees to view. Since this attraction is free, I suppose that could explain why tree labeling was a bit lacking (at... 更多
Variety of trees, bushes, duck ponds, nice areas to sit, picnic and generally a beautiful, peaceful place. Extend the walk by parking at Amanda Aveunue, Hamilton.
I went with my mother scouting for a photo shoot and I found it to be charming. Such a lovely picturesque walk remiscent of the English country side. Well kept but beware of the swans as they don't like humans too much. Over all it was a pleasant experience and I would recommend it to anyone seeking a charming walk
Much thought has been given to the layout, every corner brought a different vista. The Chinese area especially caught our eye, how many people think to look through the eye of the statue?
The Arboretum is very close to Hamilton City (just out of Dinsdale) and is a very peaceful place to walk or bicycle around and even have a picnic in a secure spot. Love the chickens that run around. It is also within walking distance from Melva Street in Dinsdale if you want to extend your walk.