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Gill's Gold Card

Join up for a Gill's Gold Card and receive:

10% off all full priced stock

*  seasonal tips and advice

*  10% off at Il Giardino Cafe; our delicious in-house cafe.

Discount cannot be redeemed on Services or Deliveries.  Click on More below, fill in your details and a card will be sent out to you.

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ANZAC Day

Opening hours Saturday 25 April

Nursery open 12 - 4pm

Cafe Closed

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Welcome to Gills Nursery & Lifestyle Centre

Gill's Nursery is Bayside's largest Garden Centre and stocks a diverse range of quality trees, shrubs, seedlings, pots, giftware and other associated gardening products, all reasonably priced. Gill's Nursery is a family run business, priding itself on expert advice and friendly service.  Our Garden Design and Landscape Service is highly sought after as it delivers exceptional gardens, tailor made to the individual's needs.


When you buy plants from Gill's you are assured of quality service by a trained horticulturalist who will provide expert advice on your plant selections.

Gills Landscape

Our Specialized and talented landscaping crew provide a full garden construction and planting service including:

  •     Paving
  •     Irrigation
  •     Garden lighting
  •     Retaining walls
  •     Garden bed construction
  •     Water features
  •     Soil preparation and planting
  •     Turf Installation
  •     Rejuvenation
  •     Mulching

Latest Articles and Advice

Daphne Plant

19 Mar 2015

Fragrant Gardening in Autumn

Two of the most heavenly scented plants bless us with their sweet fragrance in the cooler months. Perhaps the most popular fragrance of all scented plants is the Daphne flower. Its delicate pink and white flower heads can be brought in to the home where their fragrance lasts for days. Whilst Daph...

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10 Mar 2015

Autumn in the edible garden

Herbs and Vegetables Autumn is a great time to plant as the ground is still warm from the summer months allowing plant roots to settle in nicely. Growing your own herbs, fruit and vegetables is f...

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