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Redbrow Garden guest comments:

An incredible oasis. Complete relaxation and inspirational sanctary for all life

A perfect example of what can be achieved with vision and hard work. You have created a beautiful and relaxing world away from the world.

A joy to wake to the sound of birdsong in the morning. The beauty of the combination of water, stone and garden is inspiring and reflects deep understanding and artistry. We thank you for helping us celebrate our 30th wedding anniversary so well!

A place of abundant pleasures- the gardens, the lake, birds, butterflies, fruiting shrubs and trees. Our family enjoyed every moment at Redbrow and we appreciated the easy proximity to the country hospitality in the villages of Murrumbateman and Gundaroo.

We have thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Redbrow Garden. Now that I have discovered this beautiful place I will be back again with other relatives and friends

This B&B is like the secret gardens, a place we will remember as magical

The garden

Located in the midst of scenic undulating forest, grazing land and cool climate wineries, a bare and windy sheep paddock has been transformed into an unbelievable oasis of beauty and seclusion just 20 minutes from Australia's capital city, Canberra.

Redbrow Garden's rambling masterpiece provides seasonal kaleidoscopes of amazing colours, subtle textures and a wildlife haven of natural tranquility. Against a backdrop of Australian eucalypt woodland and the thriving wetland habitat of Redbrow lagoon, the garden combines numerous native and exotic trees, shrubs, bulbs and perennials. Named after the 'redbrow firetail' finches which inhabit the garden year round, the ornamental and productive sections of the garden express vibrant exuberance in spring, extraordinary hues of gold, bronze and burgundy in autumn as well as providing shady relief in summer.

The 25 acre property also incorporates numerous examples of enterprises suitable for small acreages including rural guesthouse accommodation, free range egg production, horse agistment paddocks, berries, fruit trees, daffodils, wedding venue etc.

For further information on the development of the garden click on the link below for a free download of our colour booklet.

Wedding Ceremonies

Our rambling rural garden and secluded lakeside accommodation options are perfect for a garden wedding in the countryside.Spring, Summer and Autumn colours in our garden provide a stunning backdrop for that special occasion.Please contact us at or chat with us directly at[] and arrange a visit us to discuss the possibilities.


The seasonal garden

The lakeside garden has been the venue for an increased number of functions and wedding ceremonies and has provided a spectacular display for each of those special occasions.Summer heralds a leafy green oasis, the lake offering a cooling effect, Autumn arrives with meant stunning colours from the Manchurian Pears, Liquid Ambers, Canadian Maples etc Spring rewards with a profusion of daffodils, a magnificent Banksia rose and irises.

The garden remains open by appointment throughout the year for individuals and groups.Simply contact us to confirm dates and times. Photographers are also welcome to use Redbrow as a "site" for family photos.

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Farm Enterprises

Redbrow Garden is a multi-dimensional fully integrated property incorporating an intensively productive 25 acre oasis.That means that all the farm activities complement each other. Our hens utilise the kitchen waste to produce tasty free range eggs and our orchard provides fresh and preserved fruit for our guests as well as ourselves. All treated waste water is used on the ornamental garden as is the manure from the horse paddocks after composting.We promote sustainable small acreage farming solutions. A comprehensive information booklet on the development of the farm and garden is available as free download (see above).

Horse Stable Yards and Paddocks

We have 3x 20mx20m stable yards and 4 x1/4 acre paddocks with water and shelters.


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