Genoni Garden     4 – 5 November 2017

10.00 am – 4.00 pm

23 Muir Court, Banjup

About Genoni Garden

Serene and inviting, this 2 hectare property is a blend of cultivated and natural beauty and provides something for everyone.  Ancient paperbarks provide shelter for lush under plantings of shade-loving plants, artfully designed ponds and waterfalls sustain wildlife.  Winding pathways offer the chance to explore while the firebreak provides a longer stroll to enjoy pristine natural bushland.  Around the house are lawns and flowering plants including roses and camellias.

The owners have combined natural bushland with a self-sufficiency goal.  Bee hives nestle in the bush and raised vegetable beds provide year-round produce, along with chooks and fruit trees.  Photovoltaic solar and one of the largest battery storage systems in Australia meet almost all the electricity needs of the property; water is sourced on the property.

Enjoy a sausage sizzle or Devonshire cream tea (gluten-free options available) in one of the many picturesque spots in the garden.  Much of the 2 hectares is wheelchair accessible on paved and unpaved paths.  Also on display will be the owners much loved vintage/classic cars: 1960 Austin Healey Mark One Sprite and a 1968 Daimler 250, both of which have been restored by the owners.

This lovely property has ponds, bee hives and natural bushland – visitors are advised to supervise children and be aware of wildlife.

This Garden Opening supports Pancreatic Cancer Research

Entry $6.00 per person