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Limerick: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Markdale - Edna Walling Garden

Markdale's garden is acknowledged as one of the great country gardens of Australia. Started in the 1920s, the garden was redesigned in 1949 by the pioneer of Australian landscape gardening, Edna Walling.

Extensively rejuvenated in recent years, stunning features include a long wisteria and rose pergola, several sculptures and the superb lake with its gorgeous Chinese bridge. This enchanting garden is a must do for all garden lovers, overflowing with mature trees and shrubs, beautiful flowers exploding in an array of eye-catching colours.

462 Mulgowrie Road
Crooked Corner, NSW, 2583

Located 21.3K from Limerick

Willowtree Sculpture Garden

Nature is the superb backdrop in this sanctuary of creativity for sculptors to display their creative talent and artists to discover or expand their creativity.

The Sculpture Garden is open to the public to enjoy an art and garden experience every third Saturday of the month coinciding with the Laggan Markets or by appointment.

On offer are opportunities for creative exploration through their Art Exhibitions and Art Workshops as a community of Artists and Artisans. All exhibition sculptures are available for sale. A meandering sculpture path invites visitors to experience the peacefulness and grandeur of the established trees and serene garden.

Retreat packages are available to assist you to take time out and enjoy Nature, to be still, to unwind and relax or understand your life transitions in a nurturing and supportive environment.

The enchanting whimsical garden offers a unique space to create your own special event to celebrate your relationship or a special occasion.

2 Redground Heights Road
Laggan, NSW, 2583

Located 22.4K from Limerick

Book Keepers Cottage

Tuena is renowned for the wattle and daub hut known as the Book Keepers Cottage. This is the best example of the numerous wattle and daub buildings in the district. The Book Keepers Cottage was built in 1861 and was used as a place to tally up gold before being transported to its destination by horse drawn coach and armed escorts.

Bathurst Street
Tuena, NSW, 2583

Located 24.9K from Limerick

Limerick: Events

Pig Races at the Laggan Pub

A day of fun for all the family in the beautiful village of Laggan.

Come early for the Laggan Village Markets, where you can buy the best and freshest local produce, then experience classic country festivities at the Laggan Pig Races, being held in the grounds of the historic Laggan Hotel.

Watch as highly trained, elite young pig athletes race to get to the end of a challenging course and receive a tasty treat!

Other activities on the day include live music and children's jumping castle.

This event also features a Porkfest, with a tantalising and tasty selection of pork dishes to choose from, including local pork sausages, pork on a spit and pork and sauerkraut.

All proceeds go the Upper Lachlan Foundation, which is a part of the Capital Region Community Foundation, known as "GreaterGood". All funds raised by the Upper Lachlan Foundation go to supporting local community organisations and groups.

This event coincides with the Crookwell Irish Heritage Weekend, running from Friday 15 to Sunday 17 February, which is a celebration of Traditional Irish song, music and dance. Crookwell and surrounds have plenty of accommodation options available, so why not stay awhile and make a weekend of it!

Event Dates
      16th Feb

Peelwood Road
Laggan, NSW, 2583

Located 14.1K from Limerick

Laggan Village Markets

Every third Saturday of the month, (except December and January), the Laggan Memorial Hall hosts the Laggan Village Markets, boasting a wide array of goods from home baked cakes to plants and an impressive range of gift items.

There are over 40 stalls at most markets, and the kitchenette area sells beautiful Devonshire teas and offers a place to sit.

You can also visit the Willow Tree Sculpture Gardens at Laggan which are open when the Laggan Village Markets are on.

Event Dates
      16th Feb
      16th Mar
      20th Apr
      18th May
      15th Jun
      20th Jul
      17th Aug
      21st Sep
      19th Oct
      16th Nov

Laggan Memorial Hall,
Peelwood Road
Laggan, NSW, 2583

Located 17.6K from Limerick

Bush Poetry at Laggan Pub

Bush Poets are alive and well at the Laggan Pub. Calling all bush poets and musicians!

Join Mike and Elaine as they coordinate an evening of bush poetry and song at the Laggan Pub, the first Wednesday of each month. Arrive at 7pm for a 7.30pm start.

Of course all bush poets love an appreciative audience and the night is open to everyone to come and enjoy the evening in a warm convivial atmosphere at the Laggan Pub.

Laggan was named by Governor Macquarie after his childhood home in Scotland. The pretty, charming village of Laggan was established in the 1850s.

Event Dates
      2nd Jan
      6th Feb

3 Peelwood Road,
Laggan Pub
Laggan, NSW, 2583

Located 22.6K from Limerick

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