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I had known about Gnomesville for years but had no idea just how far out the little faces would be spread. So lovely to see what people have chosen to place there over the years, an absolute gem of a place to wander through and...More
So driving from Dunsborough to Bunbury I thought Gnomesville would provide a good detour on route. A giggle for the kids and well it’s only adding 17 mins to the 1 hr drive so why not. My only regret is not researching the area in...More
If you are into the quirky, this is a fun place to go!
There are hundreds of gnomes, most are funny, but there is the occasional sad notes. Like the one dedicated to a stillborn baby.
It is free to wander, but don’t expect any...More
Hadn't been to gnomesville for years but we were clearing out the shed and found an old gnome. Rather than make him gnomeless we decided to regnome him and follow that up with lunch at St Aidan's winery nearby. Since our last visit the sheer...More
We Enjoyed a day trip from Mandurah to visit Gnomesville , 20,000 Gnomes in the Bush
some Washed away as they are down in flood zone . Community Care Teams were
Cleaning Area and Dumping Old and Good Gnomes in the Bin.
Some have been...More
Take the time out and go for the drive and watch the children and the grandchildren smile. Take the time out and be inventive and take your own Gnomes and add them to the vast collection. If your on a budget there are picnic grounds...More
I was totally looking out for a historical village where everyone had multiple gnomes in their gardens when on arrival I was shocked to see a whole mini village (more like world) of gnomes themselves!! I couldn't help but laugh and marvel at the quirky-ness...More
What a quirky place to visit!
Not sure exactly how many gnomes there are but there are thousands.
All different shapes and sizes, in trees , families , floating in water, they are everywhere!
Definitely worth a stop and look at if your travelling through....More
It's not often these days we come across things which are unusual but Gnomesville.
Created by one person placing a gnome at a round about to warn drivers of danger. Then more gnomes arrived, now it is a tourist attraction like no other.
Response from 486DianeC | Reviewed this property |
Sorry so late. Yes you can bring dogs. It's not a place where there is an entrance to get in. It's just a place in a Forrest where people started to randomly pile up the gnomes. The paths/trails are well traveled and... More
Sorry so late. Yes you can bring dogs. It's not a place where there is an entrance to get in. It's just a place in a Forrest where people started to randomly pile up the gnomes. The paths/trails are well traveled and established. So I can't see getting lost.