The grove has several large metal sculptors and sculpted furniture of interest.
Kangaroos frequent the grove every day but the time and section of the grove changes depending on the season. During summer you may glimpse them lying in the shade of the olive tree.
Over the last ten years, they have planted and nurtured a large variety of flowering plants. And placed some very large metal sculptures around the property. The Scorpion is made from the chain of farm machinery and can be sat upon.
The rose gardens overlooks the panoramic vista. The roses start to bloom in October and flower repeatedly through until June when the roses then receive their winter pruning. And await the arrival of spring. Around spring time the hydrangeas get showy with their large flower heads underneath the large gum trees.
Over the winter the proteas and Leucadendrons add colour to the grove. The olive trees flower from October through to December but you will need to get up close to see these tiny flowers. There are always blooms at the grove.
Bookings are essential. Bookings can be made by contacting the team at Gooramadda Olives.