Panorama Wildlife Sanctuary and Secret Gardens is a privately owned, 55 acre, nature garden and wildlife reserve. The property is made up of over 15 acres of gardens with views sweeping west, for over 100 kilometers looking across both, Bass Straight and Port Philip Bay. Over 20,000 plants have been introduced with 19 separate garden areas including lakes, streams and waterfalls. It is an oasis of tranquility with native and botanical collections offering you a unique garden experience.
Garden and Sanctuary 2 hour tour: $30
Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday 11am
Full Day Tour from: $155 8.45am-5pm
Garden and Sanctuary Tour: $30 adult
$20 children under 15 years
Free children under 5 years
Full Day Tour from : $155 adult
Call: 1300 138488
or please see website for further details and bookings.
|Warning: Water in the garden, Uneven surfaces, Steep slopes, Cliff edges, Trip hazards|
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- 19 Gardens to walk through
- Over 100 native and farm animals to look at.
- Home to Australia's rare white Kangaroos
- Waterfalls, Lakes and wetlands.
- Views for over 100 kilometers over Bass Straight and Port Philip Bay.
- Limited number of ...
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The Walled Garden has a rustic stone path which is graced by box hedges, a mix of annuals, cherry blossom trees and a cast iron Victorian fountain playing the centre role. This space provides a beautiful, tranquil area with a burst of fresh colour.
This garden is centred round a sculpture of the universe representing all the planets of the solar system. By walking down the spiral path you are able to get a close up view of the sculpture as well as the cactuses planted around it that form the stars of the universe.
The Crater is the largest garden at Panorama Garden Estate, covering nearly four acres.
The path leading to the crater takes you down over 5 meters, where you are surrounded by over 3,000 tons of rock walls, and three ponds. In its centre is the heart of the Crater consisting of a large fire pit circled with slate seating.
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