This is a great community garden that makes an ideal stopping place for morning or afternoon tea, on your way to a bushwalk (such as Mini Ha Ha Falls), or a trip out when you don’t want to travel to a busy tourist spot. There are rarely other visitors, so you’ll feel like you are in your own secret garden.
The garden is free, a little quirky and idyllic. There are plenty of places to sit and have a cuppa, play an instrument or read a book. Children will love exploring all the different sections of the garden including the tree lined avenue, several bridges over a winding creek, sculptures made from reclaimed junk, a sand pit, mosaic maze, and the Aboriginal bush labyrinth.
The garden is run by volunteers who have an interest in biodynamics, permaculture and organic gardening. If you’re thinking of starting or rejuvenating your own garden you’ll get plenty of new ideas, or stop in on a Friday or Sunday morning to get some advice from one of the dedicated volunteers.
Bring your own thermos or stop in to the nearby corner shop to grab an icecream.