After several camping trips to the Tarra Bulga National Park and noticing Tarradise Gardens up for sale, we made the move from the eastern suburbs of Melbourne in 2005. It was not just a love for the gardens and joy of restoring the original home, but the ability to build on a landscape that had established trees and using a long-term vision to bring the gardens alive through new infrastructure and plantings, and to share the gardens with interest groups and the general public. This is the same vision that John and Joy Hosking had, thus we are able to build upon what they had started, and likewise, add our mark in that process for the future bearers of Tarradise Gardens.
Courtesy of Gippsland Country Life Magazine
Non-active members of Royal Horticultural Society of Victoria (RHSV)
Non-active members of Australian Rhododendron Society Victoria (ARSV)
Volunteers of Friends of Tarra Bulga National Park (FOTNP) (for Parks Victoria)
Active and non-active committee members of Balook and District Residents Association (BADRA)
Runner up for Wellington Shire Green Gardens Competition 2015 (Ornamental)
Gippsland Country Life Magazine Pictorial (Autumn 2015)