FSHD Global is proud to be hosting an open garden this April 29 & 30.

Enjoy the magical autumn colours of two supreme gardens at Mount Wilson – Yengo Sculpture Garden and Dennarque Estate. Both gardens were designed in the 19th century by Charles Moore, Director of the Sydney Botanical Gardens and include many rare specimens of trees in the idyllic village setting of Mount Wilson. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to view these private Estates.

Visitors will be able to experience these exquisite cold climate gardens through meandering paths around Asian-inspired ponds and wildlife spotting of quolls, bandicoots, wombats, lyrebirds and myriad other birds. Meandering trails of peace and contentment lead to reflection seats in secret nooks, past fine examples of Wollemi pine, succulents and a bonsai grove and to the escarpment edge overlooking vast vistas of wilderness. Shielded by stands of bamboo and enormous ferns, guests can collect fresh chestnuts and walnuts in season or view the Japanese teahouse. Yengo Sculpture Garden also boasts unique sculptures nestled in between beautifully arranged plants.

Saturday 29th April 2017 – 9 am to 4 pm
Sunday 30th April 2017 – 9 am to 4 pm

Dennarque Estate
24-26 Church Lane
Mount Wilson, New South Wales

Yengo Sculpture Garden 
Queens Ave,
Mount Wilson, New South Wales

Adult: $20 per person for entry into both gardens
$50 per person for entry into both gardens and a guided tour of Yengo Sculpture Garden by owners (must be pre booked, subject to avaliability).
Children under 12: FREE
Coach Groups welcome

Purchase entry tickets online or at the door.

All proceeds go to FSHD Global Research Foundation, dedicated to finding treatments and a cure for Facioscapulohumeral Dystrophy (FSHD), the most common form of muscular dystrophy in adults and children. The Foundation is committed to complete transperency and accountability with 100% of all cash tax deductible donations allocated to current or future medical research investment, grants and education.