Open Gardens | Stuart Rattle’s Musk Farm and Paul Bangay’s Stonefields

On the weekend 23-24 November 2013 both Stuart Rattle’s ‘Musk Farm’ and Paul Bangay’s ‘Stonefields will be open to the public.

Musk Farm

As one of Australia’s leading interior designers Stuart Rattle’s unique country garden reflects his style of classic elegance, relaxed harmony and an element of creative whimsy. Proceeds from tickets for Musk Farm go toward the restoration of the Wombat Hill Botanic Gardens in Daylesford.

Directions: 11 School Rd, Musk (Look for sign between Bullarto and Daylesford).


At Stonefields visitors will be able to spend the day exploring Paul’s seven acres of garden, boasting terraced parterres, white garden, blue perennial entrance borders, apple walk, circular woodland garden, walled rose garden, rear terrace with sweeping country views, twin pool lawns and an established vegetable garden.

Directions: Stonefields, Mains Road, Denver

Date: 10am – 4:30pm, 23-24 November 2013

Bookings: $20 per garden, pay on the day or prebook online here for Musk Farm and here for Stonefields

Download the leaflet for further information on parking, payment options etc Musk Farm and Stonefields (pdf).