Our Hidden Oasis

Dakabin, QLD, 4503

Our Hidden Oasis

Come and feast your eyes on this beautifully landscaped 1.5 acre rambling, undulating property full of wonderful gardens. Never open to the public before. Garden styles include Tropical, Rockery, Rainforest, Cottage and Fruit Orchard.

Open Garden Dates/Times

Last open February 2024 Check later for future dates

Entry Fee: $10

Buses & Garden Clubs welcome
Street parking & toilets available
Beautiful plants available for sale
Chat to one of our expert stall holders
Food available from 'Mick's Shed' by the dam
Limited accessibility in some areas
Water caution
No dogs please
Kids under 16 free

Warning: Water in the garden, Uneven surfaces, Trip hazards, Not accessible for wheel chairs

Location & Contact Info

  • Dakabin, QLD, 4503

Note: Plenty of street parking

Local Climate Zone: 11A - Sub-tropical

Summer avg. Max: 29°C Winter avg. Min: 10°C
Avg Frost Days:0
Annual Rainfall avg: 1311mm. Summer avg. 524mm.
No. of rainy days: 56 Winter avg. 177mm.

Garden Tours with Horticulturalist Russell Young

Garden Tours with Horticulturalist Russell Young 10am & 2pm both days.
Bookings can be made at entrance.

Some unusual plantsand trees throughout the property include the collection of Beehive Gingers, Alocasia Zebrina, Red Riot Vines, Shaving Brush Tree, Black Sapote, Diesel Trees, Indian Mast Trees, Gustavia Trees, Elephant Apple and the King Fern.

Cleverly designed pathways throughout the property make it easy to view the gardens and help link the various areas together. Several archways, quirky colourful seating and statuary add character.

The Shaving Brush Tree

The shaving brush tree is a rare and unusual tree that produces large exotic flowers making a point of focus in the garden.

Dam on Property

Our dam that waters the garden, a low area of paper bark trees, a stunning area of rainforest trees and vines plus waterlilies in the dam itself.

Beehive Ginger

Various Beehive Gingers in the garden of different colours and sizes of clumps.


Sculpture of a rhino in it's natural habitat of a tropical shrubland.

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