Suealoe

120 Viewbank Rise, Lovely Banks, Victoria

Saturday 18 September, 2021 to
Sunday 19 September, 2021

10.30am - 4pm

 

Entry

$10 Adults/$6 Students   
Under 18 free

Please note  (due to Covid-19 protocols):

Tickets must be booked and pre-paid online via TryBooking. You are free to enjoy the garden at your leisure. Specific timeslots are no longer required.
Entry via payment at the gate will be accepted, but prior ticketed bookings will have precedence over pay-at-the-gate, and access will depend on available space in the garden.

Please note: Sustainable practices are important to OGV, therefore where possible please either print your own garden notes or save them for viewing on your mobile device.

Booking link -  via Trybooking

Garden notes TBA






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Suealoe

Suealoe is a great example of a sustainable garden where visitors can easily wander over a hectare of winding paths which are fringed with a large collection of natives, succulents, cacti, ornamentals, caudiciforms (also known as ‘fat-bottomed plants’) and  water plants interspersed with various forms of garden art.

An abundance of natives and succulents will be in flower at the time of opening.

The garden also features large cat and chicken enclosures along with a substantial aviary where visitors can view a wide range of birds, both native and exotic. These include Golden Song Sparrows, Elegant Parrots, Bourke’s Parakeets, Neophema parrots, Parrotlets and an exceptional collection of finches including St Helena Waxbills, Cut Throats, Red-faced Parrots, the African Firefinch and the stunning Gouldian Finch.

Local activities

Foreshore Geelong – landmark beachfront leisure area with a carousel, Ferris wheel, enclosed sea-water pool, diving towers and boardwalk.

Easy access to cafes, coffee and ice-cream.

Kevin Hoffman Walk – Lara’s native garden trail Kevin Hoffman Walk is Lara’s native garden trail that stretches along the east side of the Hovell’s Creek.

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