3   Balbarrup

Large formal country garden

Prelude 8-9 Oct & Main Festival Thurs 3 – Tues 8 Nov

A large variety of deciduous trees include claret ash, golden elm, silver birch, taxodium, maples, purple beech, sycamore, crab apple, chinese elm and golden ash. The garden has a standard weeping hawthorn, weeping elm, weeping silver birch and weeping golden ash. It also has over 100 roses and a 4 metre plus standard “bloomfield courage”.
All is under planted with perennials and annuals such as agapanthus, rose campions, hydrangeas, lavateras, candy tuff, delphiniums and sweet sultan.

 

John and Sally Towie  9772 4242 

528 Balbarrup Road, Manjimup.  Travelling from Bridgetown southwards, turn left onto Balbarrup Road south of Palgarup (bitumen road) and follow bitumen until you meet Perup Road approx 5/6 km. Go straight across onto gravel road ahead (Balbarrup Road) for just over  1km. Turn left for parking.

Travelling from Manjimup, enter onto Perup Road at South Western Highway near the northern timber arch and head east for approx 5kms (bitumen). Turn right at Balbarrup Road (gravel), do not go over the bridge on the Wilgarup River. Go for approx 1km and turn left for parking.

Entry: $5 

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