Pethybridge Rose Garden is located on High Street, Motueka, north of the central business area.
The garden contains grassed areas with formal gardens, including a large number of roses. A large gingko (Gingko biloba) tree, on the northern side of the reserve, is listed as a Specimen Tree in the Tasman Resource Management Plan.A white concrete fence separates the garden from High Street. A pergola and sign mark the main entrance to the reserve. The garden is a popular place for weddings.
HistoryThe gardens were donated to the people of Motueka by WD&HO Wills and are named after Charles E Pethybridge.