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All reviews sensory garden tea house feed the fish large pond water features peaceful place to visit free entry gorgeous gardens worth a visit picnic lunch couple of hours take your time lovely walk ducks koi plants waterfall
Went for a look, not a lot to see. There was work being done, and this made entry a little confusing, This place could do with a small cafe or kiosk, would have been lovely to be able to sit with a cup of coffee...More
Had to drag my husband along but when we got there we were both very impressed. What a lovely little place to relax and wander in the midst of a drought. Well maintained and interesting. Make the time to go. It’s worth it.
My daughter and I enjoyed exploring the garden. We loved all the features that were dotted throughout such as bridges, water features, stepping stones and archways. The koi fish were huge, active and very entertaining to watch. Lots of birds too, such as fairy wrens...More
The gardens are beautiful. We walked off our pub lunch and enjoyed the serene beauty. The gardens and ajoining playground will be expanded which will be great. Only took a half hour to stroll through, lovely.
Was not even aware this existed until recently, and it was well worth the visit. Still a few areas being worked on, and the tea house was closed, but all in all it was a very pleasant wander around the different areas.
Though the park is what I would consider to be small it was lovely, has potential to be even better. It seems to be undergoing maintenance work & needed someone to attend to the gardens. It was worth visiting just to feed the ducks and...More