Kangaroo Gully

167 Mattamattup

“Mattamattup Farm”, previously a commercial orchard, now transformed into a garden of 400 plus roses, day lilies, irises, cottage plants and established cork oak. Climbing roses rambling amongst farm  machinery and recycled bed heads Rock walls, garden beds & paths created from local rock.


Resurrected post and rail fencing and metal garden art sculptures.
Dennis & Cheryl Wilson 0427 617 524 or 0409 979 523. 57 Campbells Road Kangaroo Gully.

Tea, coffee and biscuits available, gold coin donation to charity. Toilet. “Old Fruit Packing Shed” full of treasures to be enjoyed. Recycled metal garden art sculptures for sale. Plants for sale.

32 Moyola Manor Guesthouse

Extensive garden on varied level pathways showcasing natural stone walls, topiary, diverse planting of roses, creeping fig, azaleas, tulip and magnolia trees, ornamental vine, camellias, rhododendrons, pink and white horse chestnut trees and a magnificent Linden tree by the fountain. Conservatory and kitchen garden with hilltop rural views. 

Tea/coffee on the verandah. Parking at rear of property, toilet accessible. No dogs please.


Tracie and Michael 0458 193 388. 41 Turner Road Bridgetown.
 

82 Sunnyhurst Winery

An historic hilltop house and garden with winery.

The Sunnyhurst garden is stunning with the vibrant display of colour from almost 700 roses, colourful trees, fruit trees and many annual and perennial cottage plants.


The garden has developed organically with space being made for yet another spontaneous purchase, the end result being a gloriously haphazard display where one is constantly surprised.


Visitors are rewarded by pausing in the various garden rooms to enjoy the scent, the view and the birds.

Features: 700 various heritage roses spread throughout the property, a 120 year old Morton Bay Fig Tree that dominates the property. A 120 year old Heritage home that is built from local stone and features a rare brick water tank. Grass tennis court that is surrounded by numerous roses.

The garden featured in Country life Magazine February 2017,  which shows the garden and it’s roses.

 

Geoff Herbert and Marie-Pierre Dussault. 0437 846 610. 18 Doust Steet Kangaroo Gully.

202 The Estate

We purchased our property three and a half years ago and established deciduous trees and lawn our collection of roses has begun. We have done extensive limestone work to “structure” the garden and have now begun the planting. Still very much a work in progress but with many delightful pockets to sit and admire the amazing view.


Kevin and Nadene Weaver, 0409 083 515. 52 Nickajack Place Kangaroo Gully.

Morning and Afternoon tea.

203 The Willows

A meandering 3 acres of gardens combining cottage, native and European plants and trees mixed with over 150 roses, hundreds of bulbs, lawns and fruit trees. There are also several ponds, extensive walkways and a large dam. As new owners we are slowly restoring these gardens that were once featured in Better Homes and Gardens.


Brian and Brigitte Wilday 0438 925 205. 30 Mattamattup Street Bridgetown.
 

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