Trevallan Lifestyle Centre


Trevallan Lifestyle Centre is a tranquil green garden oasis - part nursery, part homewares and lifestyle store - found tucked away the Ipswich suburb of Brassall.

This hidden gem, which is well worth seeking out, has such a beautiful established garden that it lures as many visitors in search of some peaceful time out as it does plant fossickers.  Known for its diverse range of plants, owners Chelsea and Carolyn Allan are constantly seeking out varieties not commonly found in the larger centres.

The garden centre is fully stocked with a wide range of indoor, general and speciality plants, vegetable and flower seedlings, fruit trees, natives and exotics. They also have a great range of advanced plants too, so you can see what your plants will grow into or just buy it pre done.

The beautiful shop space is overflowing with homewares, jewellery and gifts – including the Perfect Potion aromatherapy range – and a number of workshops are held here throughout the year covering diverse gardening, wellbeing and artisan topics.

Trevallan Lifestyle Centre

Good to know - Workshops start in March and so does Mystic Garden. Four of SE Qld premier horticulturists and garden personalities are running the workshops, while a group of amazing artists teach everything from reading tarot cards, to making baskets from vines. Check their Facebook page for upcoming workshops.

And, for more great things to see and do in Ipswich, visit Discover Ipswich HERE.

Trevallan Lifestyle Centre

77 Fernvale Rd


Opening hours 

3201 8630


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