Lindau Mountain Rose Garden is a very beautiful mountain garden. It is planted with various varieties of roses with different colors, which are very beautiful. In the garden there are many pictures of angels, accompanied by the beautiful flowers, it is really full of fairy spirit, it is definitely worth visiting.
In terms of the rose garden alone, the scale is already very large, and it is free. There are beautiful roses in various colors, garden sketches, good afternoon tea, and delicious desserts and wines. As long as you don’t go on weekends, usually Not many people
This rose garden is very large, with many colors of roses, white and red roses, which is a sea of flowers.
Not bad, good, very convenient to find someone very friendly and recommended
Lindau Mountain Rose Garden is located in the small town of Lyndoch in the Barossa Valley, the most famous wine region in South Australia. Lindoch Hill Rose Garden is located in the Lyndoch Hill Resort Hotel (Lyndoch Hill), at the same place as Chateau Barossa. There are more than 30,000 roses in the rose garden. The delicate desserts are accompanied by rose tea or the host A glass of home-brewed red wine with a refreshing fragrance. Of course, dinner is also served here, and the selection of extremely delicious seafood is used in the special cooking methods of the Barossa area, which is wonderful. In addition to the various wineries, there is also a Lindoch Hill Castle Rose Garden, located in the Lyndoch Hill Resort Hotel (Lyndoch Hill). Visitors can enjoy afternoon tea time in the garden at 20 Australian dollars per person, which is extremely comfortable and comfortable. There are more than 30,000 roses in the garden. The exquisite desserts are paired with rose tea or a glass of home-brewed red wine from the owner, with a refreshing fragrance. Queen Elizabeth of England participated in the opening ceremony of the Rose Garden in 2002. Strolling among the roses, wandering in the shade of the trees along the river, and looking out at the lush Barossa Valley in the distance, here is like a treasure waiting quietly for tourists.