Added Attractions


To add to the excitement of the open weekend, a range of additional attractions and offers will be arranged at a selection of gardens. The list below will be updated as attractions such as coffee breaks, lunch and a touch of retail therapy are added to enhance the enjoyment of your garden visits. Your support of the refreshments and products presented will directly contribute to funds raised for our charities so we do hope you will plan your days to take advantage of the goods on offer. Thanks for your support and do enjoy the range of treats available.








Gail van Rooyen


948 Top Road, Terip Terip  Devonshire Tea & Plant Sales
 Steve Taylor 14 Tallis Drive, Mornington

 Sculpture Exhibition and Working Pizza Oven for Nibbles – gold coin donation.


 Rick Eckersley

371 Musk Creek Road, Flinders


 Country Farm Perennials Plant Sales
Tom Remfry 4 Villa Mews, Vermont

Enjoy a Barista brewed coffee on Saturday between 11:15 am and 1:15 pm


 Lee Adams 123 Neale Street, Flora Hill Bendigo

 Cottage Plant Sales, Afternoon Tea, Coffee, Cakes and metal Sculpture Gallery


 Deborah Hambleton

38 Clowest Street, Malmsbury


 Malmsbury Fayre at Malmsbury Botanic Gardens
 Stephen Read 221 Noble Street, Newtown Geelong

 Designer Garden Lectures at 2:00pm each day.

Evening Soire in 1840’s House Drawing Room on  Saturday Nov. 19 – $20 per head with Garden Entry


 Paul Bangay

276 Longwood Gobur Road, Creighton’s Creek


BBQ by the Pool

Sale of Latest Book

Fowles Wine Restaurant and Cellar Door Euro Region, Corner of Lambing Gully Road and Hume Freeway, Avenel

Free Glass of Stone Dwellers Wine with any Main Course Ordered for Lunch and 15% Discount on Wine Purchases on mentioning Garden DesignFest (cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer) For Bookings>>


 Robert Boyle

 142 Longwood Gobur Road, Longwood




 Rotary Club of Euroa BBQ by the Lake



  • The 2016 Archibald Prize entries are on display at the Art Gallery of Ballarat, 40 Lydiard St. This is a timed-ticket exhibition, with entry every 30 minutes and last entry at 4pm. It is wise to book ahead on
  • Eurambeen Historic House and Garden open on the weekend. Eurambeen is located at Beaufort and more information can be found at
  • Sovereign Hill
  • The Museum of Australian Democracy

And so much more; go to


  • Visit the Prince of Wales Showgrounds market on Sunday
  • Tours of the Shamrock Hotel, the Sandhust Gaol and the Town Hall


  • Butterfly Festival at the Euroa Arboretum on 19 November.
  • Euroa Village Farmers Market on 19 November.


Macedon Ranges
  • The Malmsbury Village Fayre will be held on Sunday 20 November in the Malmsbury Botanic Gardens, which are adjacent to the Deborah Hambleton garden at 38 Clowes St, Malmsbury.
  • Woodend Village Market, Sunday 20 November
  • Hanging Rock Craft Market, Saturday 19 November.


  • National Wool Museum, 26 Moorabel St, Geelong