The Glenfalloch Woodland Gardens is a fifteen minute drive from the heart of the Glenfalloch metropolis. The scenery of the garden is serene and the widespread range of fauna keeps you thrilled throughout the tour. This botanical heritage of New Zealand has a superfluity of flower species along with native ferns, rhododendrons, azaleas, magnolias, fuchsias, oak, walnut, elm, horse chestnut, birch, English Beech, loads of native trees, displaying 120 years of conservation and growth of the garden. Glenfalloch has been reviewed as the "Garden of Significance" by the New Zealand Garden Trust. This garden is historic in nature and has been able to uphold its standard in respect of landscape, design, plant material, maintenance, safety and overall intuition.