Wallangreen Sculpture Gardens consist of over 1 hectare of grounds with many shady restful areas.
Paths and gateways and ‘The Dry Stone Wall’ lead through gently contoured banks planted with succulents and drought tolerant sculptural plantings to rock walls, water features and plantings of grasses, hardy perennials, trees and shrubs.
Native trees frame the grounds and informal hedges of plumbago, honeysuckle, jasmines, and vines and creepers screen the house yard. Succulents, catmints, thymes and sedums are interspersed with Emu Bushes, Yuccas and paperbarks.
There are salvias, rosemaries, lavenders and artemesias, grevilleas and convolvulas amongst daisies herbs, verbenas and dianellas.
The garden Features over 70 steel sculptures, both thought provoking and fun.
p. 02 6343 1707
m. 0427 317 902