Ross Garden Tours | To the most beautiful places in the world

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Over 40 years of garden travel, we have built a reputation for tours that are relaxed, effortless, friendly, inspiring and great fun. Why don’t you join us?

My dream in 1980 was to share the world’s most beautiful gardens. Since then we have taken groups to more than 1000 gardens on four continents. You’ll see some of those gardens on this website. Have a look around and then let us take you to the real thing.

Graham Ross

Take advantage of our Early Bird deals on our domestic tours
Save $100 per person on “Inside New South Wales” when you book & pay by 3 May 2020.
Save $200 per person on “Western Australia Wildflowers” when you book & pay by 12 May 2020.
Save $100 per person on “Springtime in Tasmania” when you book & pay by 5 June 2020.
Save $200 per person on “Lexus Melbourne Cup” when you book & pay by 1 July 2020.
Save $150 per person on “South Australia and Kangaroo Is.” when you book & pay by 8 July 2020.


COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Update
With the Australian Government recommending that all citizens ‘Do Not Travel’, Ross Garden Tours have updated the status of several tours.
Japan Cherry Blossom Tours, Japan Spring Festivals Tour, England and Chelsea Flower Show Tour, Portugal and Madeira Tour, England Roses, Singapore and the USA; will all be postponed to 2021. All passengers have been contacted to advise the details of the postponement. If you are unable to travel on the new dates in 2021, Ross Garden Tours will relax our terms and conditions to allow passengers to transfer their booking to any other tour in 2021.
Other International tours: The situation with our other international tours in 2020 are pending postponement. Please check back here regularly for the latest update.
Collectors’ Plant Fair Day Tour: With this event now postponed, our tour is also postponed. No new date is yet announced.
We remind our passengers to get information from reputable sources such as the Australian Government’s SmartTraveller website and the WHO (World Health Organisation), rather than on social media or other unreliable sources. We take this matter very seriously. Our passengers wellbeing remains our top priority.

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