The deciduous trees add a blaze of colour to the garden in Autumn
Chestnut Brae garden is a delight of heritage roses, salvia mixed with edibles. Planted around 12 years ago on a sloping hillside the garden has colour all year round.
The terraced garden has arbour covered steps that was inspired by Monet’s arches. The waterlilly pond was also inspired by Monet’s water garden and bluebells have been planted on the banks of the pond as a tribute to Monet. The chestnut orchards that frame the garden are a stunning display in Autumn.
This garden also features a Buddha garden of peace and tranquillity and fairy gardens.
John & Linda Stanley 9756 0011
106 McKittrick Road, Carlotta, Nannup From Nannup head south towards Pemberton. On Vasse Highway travel 9km, turn left into Chalwell Road, travel 3.5km and turn right into McKittrick Road. Take McKittrick to the very end and you arrive at Chestnut Brae having followed the chestnut signs in the trees.
Entry: $5 Chestnut products for sale. Tea/coffee charged.