Unique native gardens, workshops and art displays will be open to the public for the Grannes Open Garden Day this weekend.
The day will raise funds for the Wildlife Art Museum of Australia, a group close to the heart of Grannes owners Greg and Glenda Lewin.
“It is a great pleasure to open our garden to the public,” Glenda Lewin said.
There will be a range of art in display, including the art and the apex predator exhibit, curated by internationally acclaimed environmental artist Steven Morvell.
Students from St Patrick’s Primary School and Concongella Primary School will also have artwork on display, preparing postcard size pieces with a focus on the local environment.
The open day will be held on Sunday October 14 from 11am - 5pm.
Proceeds of the day will assist to create WAMA’s centrepiece, a world class gallery set within botanic gardens and wetlands, home to rare Australian plants and animals located adjacent to the Grampians,