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Moruya District Hospital Auxiliary is holding an Open Gardens Oct 15th

Take time out to smell the flowers, have a cuppa and help a local Charity at the same time"

Moruya District Hospital Auxiliary is holding an Open Gardens fundraising event on Sunday 15 October 10.00am to 4.00p.m Entry fee $5 per garden

The two gardens have magical feelings to them and you can see the love and care taken by their owners.

76 Berriman Drive Congo - owners Fiona Wotton and Nigel Neilsen (Devonshire Teas available at this beautiful home between 10.30 and 3.00 - charges apply)

- This Garden comprises several garden rooms with different themes which encircle the residence and provide shelter and privacy. Over the past 5 years Fiona has restored and created new garden rooms and at the front of the property is a glade with many specimen trees.

56 Thomas Street Moruya - owners Rhonda & Geoff Mason

- Kanooka Garden is set on an acre of land which was originally a horse paddock. The "Quary" cottage is surrounded by a mixture of native, exotic, cottage and potted plants. The garden is just over 10 years old and was designed to be drought tolerant, provide privacy and attract native birds.

All monies raised will go towards the purchase of much needed equipment on the "Wish List" for the comfort and care of patients throughout all Departments at Moruya District Hospital.

Any queries please call Kath Smith on 4473 8116 or check out our website: or email us on

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