Hours: 10am - 4pm (7 days) By Appointment Only Visit Us on Facebook
Phone: 0417 034 300
Contact Name: Vicki Keane
Address: 590 Invermay Road, East Athlone, Vic 3818
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View of Strezlecki Ranges from Ungulla Country Garden
Ungulla Country Garden kookaburra - a regular visitor

Ungulla Country Garden is a large predominantly native garden on a working Murray Grey stud cattle farm in West Gippsland, 1 hour from Melbourne. 

Our homestead, farm and garden has been meticulously built and designed round the practice of ethical animal husbandry, regenerative landscaping and sustainable organic practices. 

The garden is filled with natives and exotics chosen for their hardiness as well as beauty. Ungulla boasts stunning views towards the Strzelecki Ranges, 

100-year-old eucalyptus trees standing majestically throughout the property along with old farm equipment mixed with quirky garden art complementing an organic food garden.

Approximately 5,000 native plants have been planted throughout the property providing corridors providing shelter and food for wildlife to travel throughout the farm.  

Three grants from Melbourne Waters ‘Healthy Waterways’ program have been used to plant and fence the creek which runs at the bottom of the property, increasing water quality, erosion control and a haven for native birds and animals. The farm dam has also been fenced and planted out with natives creating a haven for water birds and three different frog species.

Since purchasing the property in 1998 only organic fertilisers have been used on the property.

At Ungulla Country Garden we offer the following to visitors:

  • Garden tours
  • Wedding ceremonies and photography
  • Art Group visits
  • Day packages to corporate and community groups as well as ladies pamper days

An authentic Australian farm visit for interstate and overseas visitors, including a garden tour, interaction with our cattle and an authentic bush bbq.

Visit or call 0417 034 300 for all details on what we offer.

Inspections and visits are by appointment only.

Last Updated: Monday 27th June, 2016


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