Red Oak is a 2.5-acre garden with mature oak and walnut trees scattered throughout the garden providing a canopy for the array of colourful beds of rhodos, hydrangeas, hostas, roses, daylilies, and callies just to name a few! All these plants have to survive our challenging hot, dry windy summers. The limestone walls built in the 1900s have also been retained in the garden. With the mostly flat terrain, it has enabled a large variety of easy walking avenues and vistas few points to sit and enjoy the tranquillity and peaceful surroundings .
The garden surrounds a Glen Ida schist homestead built in 2007 on the original site of the 1900 homestead and has wonderful views of most of the garden and surrounding limestone hills as your backdrop. The Weka Pass Train can also be seen meandering through the pass.
Red Oak is a 2.5-acre garden.
Red Oak Stud's sole focus is to breed high-performance animals under the typically challenging condition.
Join Teresa at Red Oak and make a beautiful figurine, or birds for your home or garden.
Learn more at hurunuigardenfestival.com/red-oak.
Come and join Theresa at Red Oak and make a beautiful figurine or birds for your home or garden. No experience is necessary, just come and have fun and discover the artist within you.
When: Sat 28th and Sun 29th October
9 am-3.30ish. Book: Email email@example.com or Facebook Theresa Hart to book your spot!
Weka Pass, RD3, Amberley.
From state highway 7 turn onto old WekaPass Loop road and in 700 metres turn right at Red Oak Gateway and wind your way up to the garden, parking is signposted on your right.