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Map showing Tim Neville Arboretum

Phone: 03 9298 8000

The land which is now the Arboretum was originally owned by the Dobson family and operated as an apple orchard. Knox City Council acquired the land in 1975. In 1988 the Arboretum won the Keep Australia Beautiful Council’s award for Best Bicentennial Project in the Metropolitan Area and in 1995 it won a City Pride award for Most Effective Tourist Attraction.

Constructed in 1988, the Tim Neville Arboretum was the City of Knox’s major project for the Bicentenary. It is situated on 4.4 hectares of land on a site that was previously an orchard. The arboretum was conceived as a site which could exemplify the potential of how people’s gardens could look through careful selection of vegetation. Local businesses and the community have been heavily involved in the planting, art and construction.

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