Dungog Garden Ramble
A beautiful variety of gardens in and around Dungog will open their doors for garden lovers on Sunday, 26 October.
There will be at least eight gardens for visitors to enjoy, including the small wilderness of the Innkeeper’s Cottage, a riot of colourful dahlias, salvias, and marigolds to name but a few. Keep your fingers crossed that the 1851 cottage will throw its doors open on Ramble day for a glimpse of the past. Or head to Coimbra, a true oasis with a variety of garden spaces: cool, ferny nooks, salvia-filled sunspots and even a veggie patch complete with chooks. And don’t miss the established trees, rock bordered garden beds and expanses of picnic tempting grass at Oakdale just a few minutes’ drive out of town. There is also an open plan garden with an eclectic crowd of perennials and a massive old wisteria, a small cottage garden with roses, bromeliads and rock orchids, or a multi level garden on Fosterton Road extending down to the Williams River.
There truly is something for every garden lover at the Dungog Garden Ramble The gardens will be open from 9 am to 4 pm with all-garden tickets on sale at Dungog Visitor Information Center from 15 October or at the gardens on Ramble day. All funds raised will be donated to charity.
For more information: https://avrinaschiller.wixsite.com/countrygardenramble
Coffee, tea, homemade slices and cake will be served at two venues.