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I have been a member of Diggers for years but living in Qld was hard to get down and visit. It was rainy and cold but we didn’t mind at all. There were pockets to stand or sit out of the drizzle. There is still...More
This is the 2nd visit to this Nursery & I thought that the inside of the shop had improved but the level of stock outside was running very low & not very interesting, I think that the prices are just too expensive, I think that...More
This place was beyond beautiful with the Autumn leaves! Colours and scenery were such a beautiful. With just 10AUD, it was worth every dollar. You can easily spend an hour without realising time passing. Every corner was a spot for a perfect photo! Only setback...More
Visited the gardens with a friend from NSW and we had a lovely afternoon at Cloudehill. Please note there is a $10 entry fee per person, which I happily paid to help keep the gardens as beautiful as they are. We also had a delicious...More
We had a lovely chatter platter for 2 and a bottle of Sauvignon Blanc, yummy deserts and coffee at the restaurant. While eating lunch and looking out the window towards the garden we could see butterflies in the garden, so after lunch we decided to...More
The garden is a jewel. One seldom sees a private historic garden which has been maintained so well. I suppose because there is no house to maintain so the resources are all in garden´s disposal. The gardens seem to have been larger than it is...More
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I live at the foot of the mountain and cannot think of a caravan park that would suit, although many B&Bs in close proximity at various prices. Mt Dandenong is best suited to day tripping and Cloudehill is great for lunch... More
I live at the foot of the mountain and cannot think of a caravan park that would suit, although many B&Bs in close proximity at various prices. Mt Dandenong is best suited to day tripping and Cloudehill is great for lunch and a walk - quite steep in places tho' with steps, so not suited to those with walking difficulties. However, from restaurant, the view is superb.