The event is now in its 13th year, with proceeds going towards Mangawhai Plunket and Mangawhai Kindergarden.
Event spokesperson John Dickie says the ramble continues to grow each year.
“There are some amazing gardens with the stunning backdrops of estuaries, sand dunes and offshore islands,” John says.
A total of 19 gardens will be open for ramblers with an assortment of new and returning exhibitors.
Mature gardens and newer landscaping techniques will be on display, including night garden lighting tours, artwork and historic buildings.
Activities for children include a pre-ramble competition with prizes.
Last year’s fundraiser contributed to the running costs of the Plunket Cottage and helped purchase a new heat pump and shade sail.
Funds also also helped Mangawhai Kindergarden offer 20 free hours of childcare to the increasing number of families in the area.
Tickets $25, children under 12 free.