I've long been a fan and friend of Mickey Robertson who runs Glenmore House, a collection of early colonial farm buildings situated in the foothills of the Razorback Range near Camden. She's done a wonderful job of transforming and restoring the homestead to its former glory: cow shed, dairy stable, barn & hayshed are now connected by tracks and pathways, hedges and gardens. The grounds are a wonderful setting for a private event and formed the perfect backdrop to feature in my book Bowerbird!
To celebrate the coming of spring, Glenmore House is opening its doors to the public over the weekend of the 15th & 16th of October. Whilst wandering and exploring the gardens and veggie patches, you can also peruse the stalls from assorted makers (us included!).
Opening times are 10am-4.30pm with an entrance fee of $10 and you can find more information at www.glenmorehouse.com.au
What better way to spend a fine spring day than in a farmhouse garden!