The grounds of Holberry House are an escape in themselves. The immediate surrounds of the guesthouse feature English gardens, with lush roses and elegant silver birches. The lower gardens are lush with a diversity of plant species, shaded by a natural canopy of deciduous and native trees. There is a naturalized pond that is now home to many frogs and ducks. The Holberry Sculpture Walk showcases works created by regional artists and all works are for sale. There are many places to relax
Holberry Sculpture Walk
View the works of talented West Australian sculpture artists in the lower gardens. This ongoing exhibition is open during daylight hours. Entry for visitors to the exhibition and open garden is $4.00.
There is a donation box at the front gate. If you would like to ask questions or purchase a sculpture, please see us at the main house.
|Warning: Water in the garden, Uneven surfaces, Steep slopes, Trip hazards|
|Summer avg. Max:||27°C||Winter avg. Min:||8°C|
|Avg Frost Days:||3|
|Annual Rainfall avg:||906mm.||Summer avg.||52mm.|
|No. of rainy days:||57||Winter avg.||463mm.|
Distances are approximate. When planning your trip please check open times etc by following links to National Public Toilet Map.
Holberry House has a deep and diverse history and 'sense of place' that is acknowledged in its tag line 'The Sweet Music of Peace'.
The rocks at the rear of the property were a birthing place for the Indigenous Wardandi people as they travelled alon ...
The Holberry Sculpture Walk is a showcase of works of regional artists. Adding colour and vibrancy to the garden we welcome you to wander and be inspired by the creativity and designs. All artworks are for sale.
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