Millthorpe Garden Nursery is located on 15 acres east of Millthorpe and is adjacent to a large house garden which covers approximately one acre. The first trees (Deodar cedars, blue cedar and spruce) were planted in 1994 by the Jeffree family who subsequently built the house and established Millthorpe Garden Nursery at the site. A wide range of maple trees are featured in the garden, some of which are quite rare and include some sourced from the original Sorensen family nursery in Leura. Scarlet oak trees provide structure and shade and these were grown from seedlings sourced from the beautiful garden surrounding Hoskins Uniting Church in Lithgow.

An avenue of tortured willows lead into the garden and other features include a birch grove, mass planting of Mollis azalea and a Wollemi pine which was grown from one of the first cuttings taken after the discovery of the rare Australian native pine in the Blue Mountains in 1994.

We stock an extensive range of plants suited to high altitudes and changing seasons, both for small and large gardens. Garden stock is acclimatised in an open nursery. Customers have often commented on our “old fashioned approach to the layout” and they love it.

Millthorpe Garden Nursery is able to supply large orders at negotiated prices for new gardens, perimeter property planting, wind breaks or orchards.

Indoor plants are displayed in a purpose built “hot house” which is temperature controlled.

Why not take a leisurely drive out to Millthorpe and see our well priced, healthy and extensive range of beautiful garden plants as well as interesting gift ware and potsIt’s only 20 minutes from Orange and 30 minutes from Bathurst. (see map)

  • Opening Hours Wednesday – Sunday 10.00am - 4.00pm
  • Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year’s Day, Anzac Day, Good Friday and Easter Sunday
  • Payment methods EFTPOS, Cash, Master Card, Visa

A special feature of our nursery is the surrounding garden where our pride and joy, the Wollemi pine can be found. Ask to have a wander and view this ancient tree.