Reviews and Testimonials

“Hidden Gem!”

an unexpected fabulous morning spent in amazing gardens and animal sanctuary… ….. so much to see and enjoy.. pristine care has been given in creating this beautiful hidden secret in Fingal… a lovely spot filled with nature , animals and bird life in abundance.. the layout of the gardens is such an enjoyable relaxing experience…we will return…

merlin4
Level 4 Contributor

“Breathtaking bay views and stunning gardens”

Relaxing stroll through stunning gardens of such diversity with surprises wherever you look. Breathtaking bay views and amazing crater landscape and meandering ferny walks to discover birds and friendly animals and stunning sculptures. We were warmly greeted by Ann Maree who made us feel very welcome. A definite must see and experience for yourself.

Kayejem33
Level 2 Contributor

“An absolute must do!!”

Why have we not heard of this place before?!
The thought, care and design of this place is amazing.

Meander through the beautiful gardens whilst the symphonic cacophony of sounds from birds frogs and bees relax and follow you on your journey through the different botanical areas.

The gardens compliment the stunning views of the peninsula from this place, definitely worth going on a nice clear day.

The owners are very friendly and accommodating with tea coffee and slices on arrival and an introduction to the four legged friends that wish to share ones slice and have a stick thrown or a pat, you’re made to feel very welcome.

Creativity and nature have worked here, and we would recommend a visit for sure. Certainly inspired me to do more at my place!

permie75
Level 2 Contributor

“Here on a holiday”

Lovely Day out with dad and mum – worth the trip! Do support their rescue efforts too ! The place is beautiful and it is surrounded by cute and gentle animals ! 🙂

49madelinel
Level 1 Contributor

“Peaceful garden and sights.”

Beautiful and peaceful. Excellent location in a hidden area away from the city noise. Host makes you feel very welcome and allows you to do the tour at your own pace.

lollygirlshaz
Melbourne, Australia
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