Community & Environment

Second Hamilton Gardens open day on proposed layout changes

Have your say on the Hamilton Gardens Management Plan review

Hamilton Gardens is holding a further open day on Sunday 2 August to give the community another opportunity to ask questions about proposed layout changes.

The open day will be in the Hamilton Gardens Information Centre from 12pm to 2pm.

The new concept for the Gardens site retains the Rhododendron Lawn and still provides for future development of the themed gardens.

The proposed layout addresses traffic flow and accessibility issues with a new through road linking the two gates and parking concentrated nearer to the Camellia Lawn and Governor’s Green.

It adds more shared walking and cycling paths and introduces the potential for a spectacular treetop walk from the carparks to the Gardens entrance.

An open day on 19 July attracted 200 people.

Hamilton City Council is asking the community for feedback on the proposed layout changes by Sunday 9 August.

People can share their voice through the Council’s online portal at or by filling in a form from the Council’s central city offices or their local library.

To have your say, click here. 

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