Festival Open Gardens 2019

Please note ALL GARDENS will accept cash only.

All gardens will have signs and flags, For ease of navigation, especially if you have not visited nannup before,  please take a map with you, available in the 2019 Festival program, or download view via the link below.

Please don’t rely on your phone outside of the the Nannup town site for navigation unless you are on the Telstra mobile network.

Any featured talks are included in Entry fee.

Holberry House – 14 Grange Road

Open 10am to 4pm All Festival Entry $4  – Part proceeds assist community garden projects. 

Four acres of majestic river gums form the canopy that protects these tranquil gardens. Camellias, rhododendrons and bulbs frame the sculptures that are exhibited in the lower gardens as part of the Holberry Sculpture Walk. Plant sales at front gate, toilets available. Dogs permitted on lead. Parking on Grange Rd.

Special Highlight- Garden Talk Sunday 18th at 12.30 pm Eat, Prey, Love with Faye Arcaro
Owners: Chris and Louise Stokes 9756 1276

Riverview – 5699 Vasse Highway

 Open 10am to 4pm  All festival, Entry $5  – Includes morning or afternoon tea. 

Proceeds to Nannup Historical Society and Friends of the Foreshore.

Featuring beautiful vistas of the magnificent Blackwood River, this is a drought tolerant native garden sitting atop the river and right at the entrance to Nannup.  Multiple level terraces take you on a journey along the riverbank are planted with a range of local indigenous species.  You will be able to see hardenbergia in flower, hakea and acacia. No toilet. Bring walking stick as there are steps and levels. Parking available. Within walking distance of town

Special Highlight- Garden Talk Saturday 17th August at 1.30pm. Growing Natives with Rod Carey, Geographe Community Landcare Nursery

Owners: Neville and Val Tanner 9756 1863

The Enchanted Garden – 5 Forrest St

 Located opposite the Bowling Club, open all Festival during daylight hours. Entry $3 Children Free.

This is a town garden, quirky and interesting, surrounding one of Nannup’s classic one-hundred-year-old timber cottages.  Follow the path to find the Fairy Estate, Frog Park, Ben & Holly’s and watch out for much more, especially the Gnomes.

Special Highlight – Workshop – Creating artistic pieces from recycled objects daily 11am   

Owners Joan Smith and Ros Thompson 9756 1898

Gully Foot Garden – 2385 Balingup Road, Beyonderup Nannup

Open Friday 10.30am to 4.30pm Saturday & Sunday 9.30am to 4.30pm  (Closed Thursday)

Entry $5 includes hot drink & biscuits

Past visitors have said they enjoyed watching the wild birds coming to feed on the verandah and the butterflies on the native flowering plants; the unusual trees;  the lack of tidy formality; the dramatic backdrop of steep rocky, wild, forested hillside, and – if running – Beyonderup Falls and the small pools and gurgling mini-rapids below them. (If wanting to climb be aware it’s at your own risk on government land; also wear suitable clothes!) There will be a few plants for sale. Toilet available on request.

Owners Jenny and Brian de Garis 9756 2085 

Nannup Community Garden – Lot 38 Grange Road 

Open 10am to 4pm All festival

Entry Gold Coin donation  – proceeds to the Community Garden.

Come and wander around the Nannup community Garden lovingly cared for by a small group of local volunteers and see the large variety of vegetables, flowers and fruit trees. Within walking distance of the Festival area

Special Highlights Garden Talk   Friday 17th at 10am. Join Steve Wood as he shares his best secrets for growing a beautiful garden drawing on his 40 year of horticultural experience

Saturday at 10.30am and Sunday at 1pm Adventures with Costa the Gnome

Cedar Cottage Garden – 27 Hitchcock Drive

Located off the Bridgetown Road.

Open 10am to 2pm all Festival Entry by Gold Coin Donation Saturday – supports Nannup Men’s Shed

This garden is essentially a domestic garden on 1000 square metres of land. The whole of the area has been purposed. The garden is on a hilly aspect which has been utilised, not altered, by hard and soft landscaping, creating habitat for bird life with extensive native gardens that are situated at the front of the block and follow the hill to the rear of the house.

This garden is a new garden being established for less than 5 years, the whole ethos of the occupants is to use the land wisely, accommodate as many birds as possible, feed the house hold and value add where possible.  It is not a formal garden. The owners have tried to create a garden in keeping with the design of the house and fit snugly into the landscape

Owners Charlie and Helen Ferguson  – 0458 218 530 Helen