OPEN GARDEN: Helen Cosgrove, Dawn Coutts, Joan Alexander, Lorraine McVeigh, Di Bradley, Loreen Gibson and John Timms.
OPEN GARDEN: Helen Cosgrove, Dawn Coutts, Joan Alexander, Lorraine McVeigh, Di Bradley, Loreen Gibson and John Timms. Contributed

Pinaroo explore Mooga open garden

THE Pinaroo Auxiliary on April 12 organised a bus trip for some of the residents of Pinaroo to go to Annette and Mark Huntley's Easter in the Country open garden called 'Mooga'.

Mooga is a spacious country garden with a combination of beautiful lawns, trees and interesting gardens, including a Greek garden and secret garden on the property.

The garden is situated 18km north towards Injune off Taroom Road.

There was a total of 19 residents that attended the Easter in the Country garden with the oldest guest being 99.

"They had a lovely time walking around the beautiful country garden, investigating all the different types of plants and were extremely impressed that there was some special sections, a favourite being the fairy garden,” Pinaroo Auxiliary secretary Loreen Gibson said.

"They also enjoyed having their morning tea out there on a beautiful autumn day, so it was a lovely outing.”

The auxiliary had help from the two Rotary exchange students Misa Kulichova from the Czech Republic and Anna Gilli from Austria and have been in Australia since July.


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