A Rare and Artisan Country Garden Tour 2018

Where: Wainuioru School, Masterton Stronvar Rd, Wainuioru, Masterton, Wairarapa

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General admission: $30.00
  • Brancepeth Package - Garden Tour + Homestead Tour: $50.00
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Listed by: Nadine Dunbar

This Rare and Artisan Country Garden Tour is a little different. Our first tour in 2014 was a sell out so book now!
This tour is about getting out into the countryside and spending time with friends in beautiful surroundings & being inspired & surprised in these gardens. Your tour includes four impressive, different and beautiful garden spaces and more in the Wairarapa Countryside - Brancepeth, Morland, Stablehouse Garden and The Percy Garden. Each garden is between 5 & 15 minutes east of Masterton.

At each garden there will be delicious food, coffee or wine, a wide range of interesting things to discover and buy plus relaxing places to sit and calmly enjoy your day.

- Four Gardens
- Seating At Each Garden to Relax
- Artisan Wine & Cheese Etc
- Garden Sculptures for Sale
- Music
- Creative Gardening Ideas
- Artisan Food
- Local Country Food
- Interesting Workshops
- A Ladies STIHL tool Expo
- Health & Lifestyle Ideas
- Beautiful Books
- Heritage Produce
- Coffee & Tea and more

Brancepeth House Tour Package - once again we are able to off a rare opportunity for some lucky people to have a guided tour of this rare category 1 historic homestead and surrounding buildings by a family descendant. Limited Tickets. The House Tour Package includes your garden tour ticket as well. A time will be allocated for your tour just prior to the event and we will let you know what that is.
This fascinating and magnificent home and surrounding buildings is an example of NZ's oldest farming history and a must see.

Gather your friends and make a lovely day of it with us. We will look after you all with our generous country hospitality.

*All proceeds from this event will go to the Wainuioru School and Community Association

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