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26th August - 8th September

Various locations, Nannup


Especially Tulips open 26th & 27th August, 2nd, 3rd, 8th, 9th & 10th September 10am – 4pm.
This is the place to see the magnificent Tulip and marvel at the many colours and types on display. The Greens have been growing tulips since the 1990’s. The field is planted with many varieties of tulips that grow long and strong in the Nannup climate. The Tulip Shed has Tulips bunches and pots for sale. Devonshire Teas available, plenty of parking, buses welcome, toilets.
Entry: $5 per person. 13 Dean Rd, Nannup. Phone 9756 1286

Gullyfoot Garden open 9th & 10th September.
This garden of plants from contrasting hemispheres includes bulbs and local endemics, ranges from a sundew to the tallest of Australian wattles. It is back-dropped by the dramatic slopes where Post & Rail Gully has been channelled by Beyonderup Falls. The garden surrounds what was the first rammed-earth house in the district, so that a variety of wild birds and insects come close to feed and underplanted with wild primroses and bluebells and hung with mobiles. The 100+ species of tree include a large Kaffir Plum, a gloriously spreading Chinese Elm, a European Beech and a number of other established deciduous varieties. Entry $5 (including Tea and Coffee) BYO picnic. $3.50 pp groups of 10+.Toilet access and tree /shrub species lists on request. No dogs please. For sale: plants, seeds, postcards. Supporting The Fred Hollows Foundation for restoring sight. 2385 Balingup Rd - 15 kms on the right directly opposite Beyonderup Falls Retreat sign, Nannup. Park up driveway near second gate. Phone: 9756 2085 / 0400 200 448

Holberry House open daily during daylight hours.
Protected by a canopy of river gums and deciduous trees, this woodland garden is set on 4 acres in the townsite, featuring tulips, camellias, rhododendrons, hellebores, bulbs and irises. 
A large pond, complete with waterfalls is home to ducks and frogs. A winter creek meanders through the property. Special Highlight: View works of West Australian artists as part of the Holberry Sculpture Walk, an outdoor exhibition with all works for sale. Tulips and bulbs have been creatively planted in old cars and farm machinery. Sculpture sales. B&B accommodation. Garden open all year round. Entry $4 per person Picnics welcome. Plant sales. No dogs.
Parking on Grange Rd. Phone: 9756 1276, Email: 

MerriBee Farm open 27th, 28th August, 3rd, 4th, 10th & 11th September 10am – 11.30am. 
Merri Bee Organic Farmacy in Nannup is a 27 acre permaculture & ecosystem developed over
the past 30 years. Stewart Seesink and Bee Winfield’s passion is regenerating healthy top soil on their land which adjoins the Blackwood River. The farm was certified organic with NASAA for ten years and continues to comply with all organic standards. The farm provides much food for thought as well as tastings. The land is full of nooks, crannies and lovely views.
Garden Entry $5 donation to Genethics include cuppas, with the kettle boiled using biogas!
48 Thomas Rd Owners: Phone: 97561408

Nannup Community Garden, open during daylight hours.
Come and wander around the local Community Garden lovingly cared for by members of the
community. See the variety of vegetables and flowers growing happily together.

Nyth y Dryw (Nest of the Wren) open Saturday 26th & Sunday 27th August from 10am to 4pm. 
8 acre semi-rural lifestyle block featuring intensive plantings of deciduous, native, exotic and unusual plants.
Special features include netted food forest, large greenhouse and vegetable garden. 
$5 entry per person includes tea and coffee, parking, toilets and small dogs on lead welcome. 
Dr. Bob & Maggie Longmore. 125 Blackwood River Drive. Nannup mob: 0427 560 305 

Serene Habitats open 10th September 10am – 3pm
This is an eclectic garden clinging to the steep incline of an old CALM gravel pit in town. At just 17 years old, it has overcome adversity and blossomed in to an interesting garden with a variety of plants and garden art.
It is possible to walk down 5 steps and look down on much of the garden from the house veranda/decks and the top garden is accessible from these steps. The garden at the rear of the property is accessible to those more steady on their feet and the very back of the property is….well…pretty feral.
Serena Terry, the owner, is an experienced garden designer and will answer any questions on design, plants and gardening throughout the day.
Special Event: An informal willow weaving (wicker) workshop will be held at about 11am. A basic woven bowl will be the result. Numbers are limited due to space constraints. Please call 0412188510 to book a place. Entry $5, Workshop $5 (includes entry) Lot 55 Carey St Nannup 

Southern Forest Honey open 9.30am –2pm, 25th, 26th, 27th August, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 8th, 9th,10th September. Producers of premium raw honey harvested from the nectar flows of the Western Australian forests. Visit a commercial Honey producers and packers facility which takes you from the beehive to the honey jar. Sample Nature's Nectar from our local seasonal varieties
Honey, creamed honey, honeycomb and related products available for sale.
$4 entry includes light refreshments. To protect our livestock, dogs on leads only are welcome
Address: 429 East Nannup Road, Nannup. Email: 
Tel: 9756 0900

Wombledoone at Nannup open Saturday 26th & Sunday 27th August from 10am – 4pm.
Come visit our quirky gardens and meet our unreal animals – life size fibreglass Safari animals, including elephant, zebra, rhino, giraffe, lion, meerkat. Meander through 5 acres of landscaped garden rooms full of 200 roses, proteas, natives, azalea, spring bulbs and flowering exotics. Quirky garden art to view and 30 sitting spaces to watch the native birds. Walk down the wine vines to the Arborium then over to the native park. Vineyard, small orchard and vegie delight patch. Friendly and eccentric hosts, Vicki & Peter Hansen look forward to your visit.
Tea & Coffee, Toilet, Parking. All proceeds support Parkinsons WA
Address: Lot 3/21 Dean Road, Nannup. Phone 97560165 / 0417974345