South Rose Garden. Rose Beauty of Glenhurst
OPEN GARDEN 20TH AND 21ST APRIL EASTER SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
At “The Shambles” 9 am to 4pm $6 entry, children free
Supports the WESTERN QUEENSLAND DROUGHT APPEAL
Our garden has most areas accessible by wheelchair and has street parking for cars and coaches
We welcome Garden Clubs and Visiting Coach Groups. firstname.lastname@example.org
COPIES OF OUR LATEST BOOK “A GARDEN FOREVER” are AVAILABLE To obtain a copy of this privately published limited edition book please contact us at Email email@example.com or FROM Peterpal Library Supplies, 48-50 Commercial Drive, Shailer Park QLD 4128 (07) 3806 1155. http://www.peterpal.com.au/ We have been selling the book for $60.00 cash (the cost of printing), cheque or direct debit with complimentary copies of ‘Overlooked and over the Fence” and DVD a “Garden in the Rain” while stocks last. Postage $13.40 for 2 books and DVD Australia wide.
Copies of ‘Overlooked and over the Fence” with a DVD “A Garden in the Rain” can be purchased seperately for $25 + postage while stocks last. contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Also a home to lots of music: At “The Shambles Kitchen Studio” see live recordings. Lots of rehearsals, band camps and recordings over the years. Also Playing for guests, Open gardens, Parties etc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LOgViP9GhBo “Smoko sessions” live films and recording several tracks by James , John, Rob, Chris and Michael Simpson (Yes, 5 brothers) 2016
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Glho1AOYTc “Smokin Melaleuca” A tribute by Michael to the band who played at “The Shambles” many times. Martin Leonard, Kev Cooper, Garry Bain, Chris Collie, Anthony Robinson 2016
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wqFRfOQIV08 “Long Cool Woman” ‘Darker days’ Martin Leonard, Mike McMahon, Gary Tynan and Michael 2016
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LDL4h7CWAos ” Keep Your Hands to yourself” ‘Darker Days’ Martin Leonard, Mike McMahon, Gary Tynan and Michael 2016
“The Shambles” is a name we gave the garden about 24 years ago.
A little over 118 years ago the land around us in Montville changed from rainforest of special significance to the indigenous Gubbi Gubbi people during their “Bonyi Bonyi” festivals, to a source of timber and then cleared for dairying and agriculture, namely strawberries, pineapples, citrus fruit and other orchard crops.
About 30 years ago things started to change again and land cleared for agriculture and orchards started to grow trees and shrubs again for private residential gardens
For twenty six years we have built up an extensive plant collection around our century old farmhouse. We have a registered collection of “Heritage Roses” and perennial Salvias in a garden with thousands of plants in hundreds of genus from around the world.
For the last 18 years many visitors have trod our garden paths and enjoyed “Open Garden” visits, Book Launches and Bus trips.
We hope you enjoy reading this site and following our gardens story.