Posted by on Aug 25, 2013 in News, Open Gardens | No Comments

A rare opportunity to visit Paul Bangay’s Stonefields, one of Australia’s most beautiful country gardens.

Explore the garden at your leisure or purchase a ticket for one of two private tours with Paul Bangay – bookings essential and limited to 40 people per tour so be quick! All proceeds support the not-for-profit Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation

Information on the SAKGF website is here:

Purchase tickets online here:

All pre-purchased tickets go in the running to win a collection of signed books by Paul Bangay and Stephanie Alexander.

At Stonefields visitors will be able to spend the day exploring Paul’s seven acres of garden, boasting terraced parterres, white garden, blue perennial entrance borders, apple walk, circular woodland garden, walled rose garden, rear terrace with sweeping country views, twin pool lawns and an established vegetable garden.

Paul Bangay will host a personalised tour of Stonefields on Saturday and Sunday morning from 8:30am to 9:30am. Tickets are $125, bookings are essential and strictly limited to 40 people so be quick!

Paul Bangay and Stephanie Alexander – both celebrated authors of books on gardening and cooking – will be available to sign books(Stephanie Alexander will be signing at limited times over the weekend, please check here for details closer to the event). Plus Annie Smithers’ scones, coffee, and plants from leading industry wholesaler Smith & Gordon Nursery will be available. Proceeds from ‘Stonefields’ open garden will support the work of the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation. (Gold coin donation to Landcare for car parking.)

Tickets are $20, entry for children 12 years and under is free. Tickets are available online or from the gate on the day (cash and credit card only – no EFTPOS).