Kaye Mundey tends to flowers, planted in two old bathtubs.
Kaye Mundey tends to flowers, planted in two old bathtubs. Emma Channon

Paradise beckons

KEITH and Kaye Mundey's Tannymorel garden is every child's dream.

With a running creek, timber bridge and hidden spots under shady trees, it is the perfect place to hunt for fairies or cast a line.

Next month, the pair will open their gates for the Australian Open Garden Scheme.

"In the floods, the creek washed away the lower part of our garden," Mrs Mundey said.

"The bridge was half buried and we'll replace that just before we open."

The garden is open at 1319 Yangan-Killarney Rd on March 10-11.

Entry is $6, with money to Cancer Council.


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