On Saturday 21 October the Canowindra High School P&C will hold the annual Canowindra Open Garden Day showcasing seven amazing gardens in and around Canowindra. The gardens will be open from 9am to 4pm and entry is $20 for the seven gardens, children under 18 are free. Tickets are available at Canowindra High School Office before the day, or at gardens 1–4 & 7 on the day. Morning and afternoon tea and lunch will be available all day at the Canowindra High School Canteen Courtyard.
The Open Gardens for 2017 are:
Garden 1: Sue & Will Johnson
‘Lowanna’ 1142 Nanami Lane, Cargo
An eclectic rural garden, predominately native, sheltering a straw bale house.
Garden 2: Nola Meggitt
11 Gaskill St, Canowindra
Sloping town block overlooking the Belubula River, delightful mix of natives and exotics.
Garden 3: Eric & Leone Toole
74 Rodd St, Canowindra
A predominantly, but not exclusively, easy care native garden creating a bush setting in town.
Garden 4: Gwennyth McCarron
79 Ryall St, Canowindra
“Gardening is a journey not a destination.”
Garden 5: Anna & Sam Stranger
‘Minoru’ 872 Longs Corner Rd, Canowindra
Large rural garden encompassing the theme of survival of the fittest!
Garden 6: Eileen & Bill Wilson
‘Mogong’ 1143 Longs Corner Rd, Canowindra
An open garden with cottage garden beds that incorporate survivors of bygone days.
Garden 7: Julie & Pete Middleton
‘Broadview’ 1710 Longs Corner Rd, Canowindra
A haphazard, ever evolving country garden planted at whim.
The Canowindra High School P&C would like to thank everyone for supporting this fundraising activity. Many thanks are also extended to the volunteer helpers and garden owners who have generously opened their gardens to the public, this year has had
many seasonal challenges for all gardens.
For online information about the Canowindra Open Gardens Day go to: www.canowindra-h.schools.nsw.edu.au or find them on
Facebook, alternatively you can contact Ash Wright on 0427 448 480.