Located in Enclosure Bay, Waiheke Island, our two acre garden is a private oasis of plant diversity to experience including a collection of sculptures by internationally renowned New Zealand sculptor Paul Dibble.
Sacred Blessing Sanctuary Garden is open September to April by appointment only. Please go to our Booking Page to complete our booking form.
We call the garden a New Zealand Country Garden, offering an extensive range of plant diversity to enjoy as you meander through the tropical garden, woodland garden of camellias and magnolias, vireya (tropical rhododendron) garden, fern garden, rose gardens, Japanese inspired garden and herb garden with vegetable plantings and orchard. Two sides of the property are bordered by McKenzie Reserve, a twelve acre regenerating native reserve adding to its private and secluded ambience.
The garden is open by appointment only. Bookings are essential.
UPCOMING PUBLIC EVENTS
Sunday, 12 November 2017 from 2-5pm. The Waiheke Garden Festival will host a fundraising Garden Party with gardening guru Lynda Hallinan, with canapes by Julie Biuso from Shared Kitchen, in our beautiful garden. See Waiheke Garden Festival Garden Party for tickets.
Thursday, 30 November 2017 The New Zealand Flower and Garden Show have a garden tour organised to visit Waiheke Island and are including Sacred Blessing Sanctuary Gardens in their tour. See NZFGS What's On for info and tickets.
PREVIOUS PUBLIC EVENTS
February 2017 Waiheke Island Art Gallery hosted a fundraising Garden Party Zoomed in on Paul Dibble.
November 2016 The Waiheke Garden Safari hosted a private garden tour as part of their Xanthe White fundraising luncheon. As part of their annual fundraising event for the Jassy Dean Trust, caring for sick children on Waiheke.
November 2015 Waiheke Island Garden Safari, a fundraiser for the Jassy Dean Trust. Winner of the People's Choice Award.
November 2011 Waiheke Island Garden Safari, a fundraiser for the Jassy Dean Trust. Winner of the People's Choice Award.
October 2017 Shared Kitchen Award winning cookbook author Julie Biuso shares her visit to Sacred Blessing Sanctuary Gardens before the upcoming November 2017 Waiheke Island Garden Festival fundraising Garden Party.
March 2016 NZ Gardener, Garden of the Week: Sacred Blessing Sanctuary, Waiheke Island (by Carol Bucknell).
March 2016 NZ Herald, The Secret Garden (by Jane Jeffries)
November 2015 Waiheke Marketplace, Sacred Blessing Sanctuary gets the most votes from Waiheke Island Garden Safari (by George Gardner)
Sacred Blessing Sanctuary Gardens, located on beautiful Waiheke Island, New Zealand, a 35 minute ferry ride from downtown Auckland City, New Zealand.