Williamstown Botanic Gardens is a beautiful location, set by the sea, it features a formal palm avenue surrounded with lush green lawns, meandering pathways and a stunning array of rare trees, and floral boarders.
The surrounding gardens at Dalvui were commissioned in 1898 by William Guilfoyle who was the architect of the Royal Botanic Gardens in Melbourne. The gardens cover nearly 8 acres of the property and feature cascading ponds, herbaceous borders, formal hedges, sweeping lush lawns, and a pavilion surrounded by decorative fruit trees . These gardens will provide a spectacular backdrop to our autumn frolic.
Heatherlie Quarry is a magnificent historical feature of the Grampians, set in a beautiful bush setting, surrounded by majestic mountains, it features relics of an bygone era when the site was used to quarry stone for buildings such as Parliament House Melbourne in the late 1800's.