The Presbytery at Clunes
3 Hannah St Clunes 3370
Saturday 30 October, 2021 to
Sunday 31 October, 2021
10.00am – 4.30pm
$10 Adults/$6 Students
Under 18 free
Please note (due to COVID-19 protocols):
- Tickets must be booked and pre-paid online via TryBooking. Bookings can be made in hourly time slots. Please arrive at your designated time but you are free to enjoy the garden at your leisure.
- 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.
- 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 - TBA
Garden notes - TBA
The Old Presbytery of Clunes, built in 1905, has been lovingly restored and the garden beautifully designed to enhance both the history and the terrain of the site. Set over several levels down a gently sloping block, this garden has been created with sustainability foremost, as the area has minimal rainfall.
To achieve a garden so lush and beautiful on such a scale with one monthly water is truly remarkable.
The owners have an interest in medicinal plants and have incorporated over 80 different herbs and medicinal plants in the garden. A guided tour of these will be conducted by the owner during the opening.
The garden is on several levels and overlooks the township of Clunes with intimate garden rooms having distinct styles of plantings with old world charm.
Value added activities planned
Medicinal plant talks and ‘The Weekend Gardener’ talks on the hour.
Bric a Brac sales
Nearby Church has public toilet