Our collection database is a record of all the plants in our collection.
You can enter keywords to search all botanical and common name fields.
Tick the 'herbarium' checkbox to only view listings from the collection that we have herbarium specimens for. The IUCN code will filter by threatened species rating.
Eastwoodhill Arboretum is home to over 25,000 species of exotic and native trees, shrubs and climber plants spread over the beautiful 135 hectare grounds.
There are numerous beautiful spaces and gardens planted with distinct style throughout Eastwoodhill.
Exploring Eastwoodhill Arboretum on foot is the very best way to appreciate and enjoy all the national arboretum has to offer. Our walks cater for all levels of fitness and ability, from flat tree lined paths to a steep climb up Mt Arateitei which rewards visitors with glorious views of the arboretum and the surrounding countryside.
The Masterplan by Thomas Woltz
Eastwoodhill, an arboreal ark
Eastwoodhill Arboretum is recognised as a Garden of National Significance by the New Zealand Gardens Trust - the result of many years of hard work by volunteers and staff, particularly in the Homestead Garden. It has most recently retained its five star status in the Garden of National Significance ratings in late 2017.