Eurambeen Historic Homestead owner Sarah Beaumont said this weekend’s open garden event is “more like a festival than a home open”.
The gates of the 1850’s built property will open to the public for its bi-annual event on Saturday and Sunday.
Located in the Pyrenees Shire township Beaufort, the 90 square metre property and its expansive three acre gardens will feature an array of activities for visitors between 10am and 4pm.
“We only host the open garden event every two years,” Ms Beaumont said. “It takes us that long to get over them and get the place ready for the next one.
“We try to restore a feature to showcase to our visitors.”
Ms Beaumont said this year’s event would flaunt the property’s restored water feature.
“Last time it was just a hole in the ground with cracked cement,” she said. “We’ve restored it into a pond and water feature.
“It’s so tranquil, it’s now a beautiful spot to sit and have a glass of wine.”
Ms Beaumont said the event would feature an array of activities including food trucks, wine, Devonshire tea, auctions and live music.
“Come and visit our beautiful Edna Walling designed gardens, enjoy garden tours, plants sales, music, delicious local food, wine and beer from the beautiful Pyrenees region,” she said.
The property will also be filled with local artists capturing the scene and selling their pieces in a silent auction on Sunday afternoon.
“The woolshed will also be open and hosting a bridal display for those interested,” Ms Beaumont said.