The Eurambeen Gardens will be open on the 19th and 20th of November 2016. Buy your tickets below.
Eurambeen has a three acre garden designed by Edna Walling which was commissioned when the home was extended in 1927. Under new custodianship, and with the support of the Australian Garden History Society, the garden has undergone significant restoration.
Please note: This is the first time the gardens have been open to the public since the restoration.
Eurambeen is open in conjunction with neighbouring Mawallok.
Open 10am to 4pm on 19th and 20th of November 2016.
Food, wine and plants will available for purchase on both days.
Welcome To Eurambeen Historic Homestead and Gardens Beaufort
At Eurambeen Historic Homestead and Gardens we provide a high level of comfortable, convenient and self-catering accommodation whilst respecting the privacy of guests. Our accommodation options are set in a large historic garden where history, comfort, privacy and serenity as key features. The accommodation at Eurambeen will provide its own special and unique experience.
Eurambeen Historic Homestead and Gardens is an Historic Landmark of Victoria’s rural heritage, built in 1850 with a three acre garden designed by Edna Walling which was commissioned when the home was extended in 1927. Originally named ‘Mt. Cole Station’, the property was taken up by the Campbell brothers who built a wooden homestead on the site in 1840.
The blue stone wool-shed was built in 1845. The present homestead was begun in the 1850′s by Francis Beggs. The present owners are in the process of restoring the homestead, gardens and out buildings back to their original condition.
“I go to nature to be soothed and healed, and to have my sense put in order.” —John Burroughs, American Naturalist