The sculptures are in full bloom at Mica Grange

November 18, 2021 BY

There’s only a short time before Mica Grange Open Garden Sculpture Exhibition closes for the season.

THERE are only three more weekends are left to enjoy the wonders of spring at the Mica Grange Open Garden Sculpture Exhibition.

With abundant rains and the roses in full bloom, the gardens have never looked better.

The spacious gardens are full of creative ideas to enhance the beauty and enjoyment of your garden.

There are 16 sculptors exhibiting and a vast array of garden art including a variety of wind spinners, plus plants and preserves, all for sale.

With prices ranging from $7 to $7000 there is something for everyone.

Morning tea, light lunch and afternoon tea are served on the spacious decking or at tables set up around the garden.

Bookings are not required as there is plenty of seating available.

Sixteen sculptors have their work on show.

No matter where you choose to partake of your refreshments you will enjoy the panoramic views across the Sutton Grange valley.

Entry is $7 with children under 18 free. Proof of double vaccination is required for entry.

Group bookings are available during weekdays.

Located on the foothills of Mount Alexander, Mica Grange with its granite outcrops, vast lawns and stunning views is the ideal place to relax, meander and enjoy the wonders of nature and the beauty of art.

A visit to Mica Grange Open Garden Sculpture Exhibition is an outing to remember.

The exhibition is open each weekend to 5 December.

Mica Grange Open Garden Sculpture Exhibition is located at 373 Faraday Sutton Grange Road, Sutton Grange.

For more info call 0499 897 242 or 0409 322 413 or visit



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