Not wanting to reinvent the wheel I think Pod Foods website perfectly describes this lovely venue “Nestled in a unique position amongst the beautiful established gardens of Pialligo plant farm, the quaint character filled, fully restored 1930’s cottage offers a unique dining location close to the Canberra CBD”.
If you love secret gardens this is definitely one of Canberra’s hidden gems. Enjoying a lazy lunch last week with my gorgeous husband of two years and baby boy, we had a great afternoon eating delicious food and enjoying the serenity of the lush green surroundings. Continue reading →
Spending a day at Werribee Mansion has made me wonder what beautiful places like this are located close to Canberra, places with flowering gardens, wallowing waterholes or historic buildings, places that would provide the ideal venue for a lazy luncheon baby shower, a vintage wedding or an afternoon tea for my Grandmas 80th.
So to start the list of Canberra’s hidden secrets what better place to begin than the gorgeous gardens of Redbrow, the venue for my wedding two years ago. Continue reading →
Walking onto the grounds of Werribee Mansion was like taking a step back in time and visiting one of Mr Darcy’s country houses. A stunning old mansion surrounded by huge manicured gardens, a perfect spot I would think for Elizabeth Bennett to host many an elegant high tea. Continue reading →