Gundabooka 2024

2385 Great Alpine Road (Heywood Lane off Great Alpine Road), Everton Vic 3678

Saturday 20 April, 2024 to
Sunday 21 April, 2024

Strictly only opening on Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st of April. Please respect the garden owners' privacy and visit only during opening hours.

10.00am - 4.30pm

Directions: Gundabooka is on Heywood Lane and is the first house on the left after turning off the Great Alpine Road. There is a sign that says Gundabooka out the front of the property.

Entry: $10 Adults/$6 Students (with ID card) /Under 18 free

  • Tickets can be booked and pre-paid online via TryBooking. You can also pay on the day.
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The land the Masons live on has been in Steve’s family for generations and about sixteen years ago they built a new homestead on-site which is where they currently reside.

Both Elizabeth and Steve have deep roots in the region and their adult children and their children represent the sixth and seventh generations of their families to have lived here. The site upon which they built is perfectly positioned to capture views of Mount Buffalo in the distance.

The garden is Elizabeth’s passion which can be enjoyed from every angle. She refers to it as a working woman’s garden, meaning it is as low maintenance as possible. However, Elizabeth has devoted a lot of effort to the rock walls, built from paddock stone and the hedge, where she worked hard to ensure it was as thick at the top as it is at the bottom. Elizabeth’s folly, created during Covid lockdowns is their own “little bit of Sissinghurst”.

You can find out more via Instagram.

There will be a coffee cart and plant sales at this opening and Indigo Vineyard will be doing wine tastings. Lunches will be for sale at nearby Everton Hall where there are also public toilets.

Open Gardens Victoria wish to acknowledge the Traditional custodians of this land and we pay respect to their Elders, past, present and emerging.

Extra Activities in the Area:

  • Close to Beechworth
  • Great wineries and restaurants/cafes
  • Extensive bike rail trails
  • Make a weekend of it - great accommodation.

Garden Notes

Information and advice on garden visiting

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