In the previous post on the veggie swap, i had too many photo's of the garden to do them justice. So I'm doing this add-on post to show you the Mambourin Sensory Garden in Werribee.
Over three years a small group of people with disabilities converted a vacant block of almost two acres into a garden paradise for the whole community to enjoy.
Mambourin Sensory Garden showcases drought resistant plants. The garden provides a tranquil setting to sit and reflect, soak in the sweet fragrance that permeates through the garden or watch the ducks as the paddle through the pond.
|This pond was packed with little fish and no doubt somewhere in there, some bigger ones.|
The Mambourin Sensory Garden features:
- large sunken herb garden surrounded by climbing roses
- large pond lined with dozens of water lilies and a range of other aquatic plants
- smaller pond feeding a stream meandering through the garden
- eight metre rotunda
|Mambourin Altona was purposely constructed for people with disabilities by the Victorian Department of Human Services. The building offers an aesthetically pleasing and user friendly environment.|
- make substantial and on-going investment in the professional development of our staff to ensure that we have the best and brightest in the sector, and;
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