Wallangreen Sculpture Garden A must see garden demonstrating incredible creativity.

This garden features native plants and over 100 sculptures made from recycled farm machinery.

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“Wallangreen” is located on the fringes of the historic country township of Grenfell, where Australian poet Henry Lawson was born on the gold fields.
“Wallangreen” encompasses a hectare of grounds with water features and metal sculptured automatons, emus, birds, bugs and life sized bushrangers.
Sculptures are both thought provoking and fun. There is a Garden Bush House and a Gallery of smaller sculptures.  Within the grounds there are water features, shady areas, pervading perfumes and bird song to enjoy on the Sculpture Walk as you pass  rock walls, together with plantings of succulents, native and exotic grasses, shrubs and trees.  Come and be surprised!

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Physical address

Corner of Fitchs Lane and Melyra Street, Grenfell

Opening times

Open by appointment. All money raised donated to local charities.

Facilities and Features

We have wheel chair access
Prams can be pushed in most areas
We have tables and chairs and many shady spots
Children must be accompanied by adults
We welcome groups and coaches
We have ample parking
We allow no pets
We have plants for sale
Cold water available
There are no toilet facilities but public toilets are available in Vaughn Park, Melyra Street, three blocks away, or at O'Briens Hill

Pricing and Conditions

$5 for adults, children are free.


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