Amandine Lavender

Description

For lovers of the colour purple and its associated fragrance, Amandine Lavender is a small, family-owned business and part of a third generational Bundaberg sugar cane farm.

Predominantly growing Lavandula Dentata, which flourishes in this sub-tropical region, you’ll also find other varieties of this pretty purple plant scattered throughout this country garden.

Wander through the lavender patch on a self-guided tour, dabble at the gardener’s bench and learn how to grow your own lavender. 

Pause at the gazebo and learn about all of the uses for lavender before heading inside to the gift store where you can buy a collection of lavender products to calm and relax, and also fragrance for your home. There’s also an assortment of gifts and aromatherapy products.

Facilities

  • Parking
  • Gift shop

Other Information

  • Wheelchair friendly
  • Family Friendly

Important Info

Location

Bundaberg

Price

  • Entry is free

Contact Information

Attraction Map

288 Seaview Road, Qunaba

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