Garden Shed – Churchill Island Historic Gardens
I so love the character of this quaint garden – someone certainly has a sense of humour because written on the shed door is “Unauthorised persons will be composted” – made me laugh!
Churchill Island Heritage Farm covers 57 hectares and boasts an historic working farm with ‘hands on’ farming demonstrations reminiscent of a bygone era. Sheep shearing, cow milking, blacksmithing and working dog demonstrations.
Churchill Island Heritage Farm has been continuously farmed and in 1872 when Samuel Amess, former Mayor of Melbourne, purchased the island for both holiday and farming use, he built a substantial house and outbuildings. The historical buildings and remnants of historical gardens are now a draw-card for tens of thousands of visitors a year.
Churchill Island Historic Gardens, Phillip Island, Victoria, Australia.
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