This place is an inspiration. I am in awe of William Ricketts, his love for the land and the aboriginal people. When visiting the Dandenongs this sanctuary is a must. Closed on Code red fire days. Lots of steps and hills to see all the sculptures, toilets on site but again need to walk up hill or stairs. Free entry & a range of affordable post cards & book marks. Definitely need to have your camera or smart phone- lots of great photo opportunities. The little cabin has video of the history and an inspiring talk from William Ricketts. Disability parking out front and other parking across the road but a busy road in the hills so take it slow. Cafe across the road but also great caves in Olinda as well. Bring your walking shoes and enjoy the tranquility.
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