Anlaby Open Gardens 25th & 26th Oct 2014

Open Gardens Australia

Sat. 25th and Sun 26th. October 2014

Anlaby - A Jewel in SAs Garden History - Open Garden 25th-26th Oct 2014
Anlaby – A Jewel in SAs Garden History – Open Garden 25th-26th Oct 2014


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Australian Open Garden – Anlaby 25 & 26 October 2014
(PDF  650 Kb Flier  – please spread the word among your friends)

Anlaby Open Gardens - October 2014
Anlaby Open Gardens – October 2014

Australian Open Garden – Anlaby 25 & 26 October 2014
(PDF  650 Kb Flier  – please spread the word among your friends)

The garden at historic Anlaby homestead will be open on Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th October 2014 as part of Open Gardens Australia.
The grounds will be open from 10.30 am to 4.30 pm on each of these days.
Entry fee $10 per person

A fascinating garden restoration project and work in progress on a grand scale.

Home to one of Australia’s largest collection of registered significant trees.

Devonshire teas, lunches and refreshments available.
Gift shop and plant stalls will also be open.
Garden sculpture and painting exhibitions and sales.

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Also Featuring during the Open Gardens

The International Woolmark Prize crosses borders and cultures to
discover the very best emerging design talent from around the world. 

Come and discover the future of #merinowool with a
collection of #woolmarkprize garments at 

Anlaby Station’s Open Garden 175th anniversary celebrations,
Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th October.

The International Woolmark Prize Garments
The International Woolmark Prize Garments

Directions:
Take the Thiele Highway from Kapunda towards Eudunda.
5 KMs from Kapunda you will see the “E20” sign. Slow down and turn left into Anlaby Road.
Follow Anlaby Road and in about 8 KM you will see the gates to Anlaby.
Turn into the driveway and in about 2 KMs follow the signs to the parking area.
Phone 08 8566 2465


The Australian newspaper dated 8th & 9th March 2014 has featured a great story
in their ‘Travel’ section 
about the Anlaby Homestead on page 10.

The article is entitled ‘Second Bloom’ A ‘lost’ historic garden near the Barossa Valley
is being restored to its former glory’ by Christine McCabe
.

Read here – Anlaby feature in ‘The Australian’

We are sure that after reading this story you will want to come and see Anlaby for yourself.

Products mentioned in the article are on sale on this website. You can browse them now at the brand new ‘Anlaby Online Shop‘.

Anlaby is a ‘Must do’ tourist destination, for its historic buildings, set in beautiful gardens and is a fabulous place to host a wedding or special function.
Group Tours and Bed and Breakfast accommodation add to Anlaby’s diverse portfolio.

Anlaby marked the 175th anniversary will a gala performance of Puccini’s ‘Madam Butterfly’ on the 12th April.

 

Anlaby Open Gardens 25th & 26th Oct 2014