What a beautiful sanctuary in the heart of the dandenongs. Definitely worth a visit to see the amazing sculptures and rainforest.
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I have lived in the Dandenong Ranges all of my life and this was my first visit! I can't believe I waited this long. I went with my very inquisitive and talkative 7 year old daughter. We were greeted by a very friendly lady at...More
A tranquil setting for beautiful sculptures amongst the tree ferns and eucalypts. A great place to bring overseas visitors.
Visited this very unusual collection of statues set in very tranquil surroundings. Absolutely fascinating
Amazing place to visit ! very magical and peaceful, it makes you think about life and nature. staff are pleasant and helpful. parking is easy across the road.
Easy free parking opposite. Well designed information centre staffed by pleasant lady. Exquisite carvings sensitivity placed among tall eucalyptus trees and tree ferns. Most informative video of William Ricketts in his former home. All free!!! Open daily.
The life and works of William Rickets have been well preserved in the garden on a hill side. This is free entry with a lovley little gift shop. There is no parking at the site but there are laybys within walking distance, just be careful...More
If you have the chance to visit this place, please do it. It is a magical place. The sculptures are magnificent and the setting in the Dandenong ranges is spectacular. A spiritual Wonderland of shear beauty, creativity and serenity.
This sanctuary located tucked away on the side of the hill could be easily overlooked, however, it certainly should not be missed. A wonderful display of sculptures by a man with a vision, all tucked away in amongst the natural landscape. Free entry is a...More
The sculptures were amazing - so lifelike. A wonderful way to pass a few hours on a nice afternoon. The walk is peaceful and beautiful. It is clear that Mr. Ricketts had a real connection with the aboriginal people - you can feel the emotions...More