Gnomesville
Gnomesville
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Keith S
Mount Claremont, Australia287 contributions
Nov 2020 • Couples
It’s one of the 100 top visited attractions in Australia and it all started with one person leaving a gnome in a forest.

This is not an organised attraction, it’s not set up by a company or a government, it’s just grown organically over the years.

It’s serene and quiet and every space is full of gnomes (and other statues), from all over the world.
Written November 7, 2020
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Yip Yip
27 contributions
Sep 2021 • Couples
Honestly didn’t expect the sheer magnitude of gnomes that awaited us the morning we arrived. We knew there would be many, but there are so much more than you’d imagine! We bought a cheap kit at a local Kmart that included two paint your own gnomes for the occasion! We painted them in the trunk and found a home/new gnome friends in a nearby gnome shelter. Definitely a must see and feel free to bring your own. Wish more eccentric stops like this existed on all our travels 😄
Written August 17, 2022
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Aussiegirl1964
Eaton, Australia131 contributions
May 2020 • Family
Saturday 31st May 2020, Took our 2 and 1/2 year old to Gnomesville today for a visit. The weather was not the best but it was a beautiful experience, so many gnomes a good 1/2 hour wander around looking at them all. It has grown a lot since the last time we were there with our inlaws from Victoria,The only down side, no public convenience its a fair drive to get there so a public toilet somewhere nearby would be good, and maybe get a coffee van or similar, and maybe remove the broken gnomes as they detract from the beauty of this place over all it was a really good visit, would go again
Written June 1, 2020
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Nikita6057
Midland, Australia25 contributions
Feb 2020 • Friends
Fantastic place sadly ruined by the March Flies. You can't enjoy the place as you are being bitten by March Flies. They are everywhere. As you open the car door they are on you biting before you even put a foot on the ground.
It's a fantastic place but sadly at this time of the year it can't be enjoyed.
Written February 9, 2020
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traveling-tart
Springfield, Australia4 contributions
Dec 2023 • Couples
When we were planning our trip to Western Australia, this was one of the places I wanted to visit. To be able to see such a large community of gnomes living in one place, bringing joy to so many people, is amazing.
Even though the space is limited and the gnomes are mostly exposed to the elements, the community continues to grow in harmony with its surrounds & people travel from all over the world to visit or help a gnome migrate to the area.
There are gnomes in their houses, cages, sheds, buses, school house, caravans, cruise ships etc, who have all chosen to settle in Gnomes Ville. Gnomes Ville exceeded my expectations, I thought I would have a quick look and continue our journey, but the area was so special, you just want to keep wandering through Gnomes Ville losing yourself in the magic on the gnomes world. There are Gnomes from all walks of life and all over the world, we even managed to find gnomes that had migrated from Brisbane. It would of been very nice to see some more gnomes represent the different traditional cultures, but I imagine that will come in time.
Sunday is a special day in Gnomes Ville, as human volunteers from the Visitor information centre join the Gnomes, to share information about the Gnomes and the surrounding area, with the humans like us, who come to visit the gnomes.
We learnt so much from the ladies, not only about the gnomes and their history, but also about the surrounding areas & places to visit that would suite our interests.
Great attraction, we purchased a gnome & gave it a new home at Gnomes Ville, with of course its QLD maroon cap.
Written December 17, 2023
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mjail5
Perth, Australia1,460 contributions
May 2020
What a unique attraction ! Gnomes everywhere and all contributed by individuals. There were cheeky gnomes and even covid-19 gnomes. There were families who added to their collection with every newborn that came along. If you have never been here, it is definitely worth a look.
Written July 14, 2020
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Dan L
Bunbury, Australia7,494 contributions
Dec 2022
We last visited in March 2018, since then the area has been flooded, many gnomes damaged and smashed. Council has undertaken a wonderful revamp of the area with paths, boardwalk, bus and car parking, ablution block and the gnomes rearranged in pods stretching along the road reserve and through the trees. Gnome heaven for the grandkids and shouts of excitement from children visiting with other families.
Written December 29, 2022
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David E
East Fremantle, Australia321 contributions
Jun 2023
Out in the middle of GNOWERE lies a little village full of GNOMES of all shapes and sizes and from all over the WORLD. This is a collection of little people that has to be seen to be believed and even though its a bit of a drive its worth it. Take a Gnome with you and a little sign and set it free to be with its own or just walk quietly among the many and check out their origins and all the quirky thing they get up to when GNO one is looking
Written June 1, 2023
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seaweedsprites
Perth, Australia43 contributions
Jan 2020 • Family
Stopped here to stretch our legs on the way through and found it to be quite interesting and entertaining. Our two under-six kids had a great time.

Interesting to see where some of the gnomes have come from around the world.

Must be thousands of the things here!

No public toilets on-site. Plenty of parking in a lot and by the roadside.
Written January 23, 2020
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Meg
59 contributions
Nov 2022 • Couples
One needs to see Gnomesville to believe it! Definitely worth a stop when visiting the local area. Lots of different characters to see. The king Jarrah tree is just up the road too.
Written November 13, 2022
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