Enchanting, shady and magnificent! Be inspired by this secluded bushland Banjup garden. It’s a native garden with a difference. With majestic 400 year old melaleucas, stands of blackboys and pristine natural vegetation, this five acre property has been identified as being of historical importance in the Cockburn area. Friendly frogs, cheeky bandicoots and curious goannas all come to the back verandah to feed. The serene large pond has been imaginatively extended with waterfalls and streams, to move, aerate and recycle the water.
Come and see sustainable, luxury off grid living in action. The property is totally disconnected from mains power and water. Ecological wooded areas supply timber for the log fire in winter. Silver perch and marron supply fresh seafood and bee-hives actively pollinate the garden and provide sweet, delicious honey.
Exotic plants such as roses, geraniums and daisies add colour through the warmer months. Fern, clivias and philodendrons grow in shaded areas. A productive vegie patch and happy and contented chooks invite you to explore more of the gardens.
Also, be delighted by the display of English vintage and classic cars from 1936 to 1968.
Phil and Bron Genoni welcome you to their garden with the funds raised to go towards supporting native wildlife rescue and preservation.
Vintage Car Display
Large pond and waterfall (water hazard)
Wheelchair and stroller accessible in parts
No dogs allowed due to wandering chooks
Entry $6, children under 18 enter free