Due to Corona virus we are temporarily closed.  Will be reopening in November 2020.

We love sharing our property and our dreams with visitors.  You can come along and see us creating in the studio, have a chat and find out what has inspired the latest creation - there is always a story, 

A temporary shipping container doubles as an artist's studio and small art gallery displaying a range of beautiful works in wood, from practical solid coffee tables, chairs, wooden spoons, mirrors, chopping boards to small sculptural works all made from reclaimed wood found along the Huon river.  If you're after a unique gift or keepsake for yourself to remind you of your trip to Tassie, then you may well be taking home any number of watercolour or acrylic paintings created by Ruth.

The Sculpture Walk is a 2km walk through our organic apple and pear blocks as well as meandering through 5 acres of coastal bushland.  There are up to 15 sculptures and installations throughout the property all created by us (in the future we do hope to showcase other artists' talents as well).  The works have been made from a wide variety of mediums, all being inspired in one way or another by where we live. 

Our gorgeous Peggi and her Mama Bonnie our two highland cows and of course Thomas our gypsy cob horse, love it when people come and walk the Sculpture Walk, as they are ever hopeful they will get a scratch or even an apple. 

If you're planning on a visit please be aware that we have a number of threatened native animals who reside on our property so unfortunately we can't have dogs on the sculpture walk.  We have dams and livestock, so please ensure your children are supervised at all times.   

Cygnet is a 10 minute beautiful coastline drive away.  We are more than happy to accommodate appointments outside of these times, so please contact us to make a special time.  

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