Religious Centre garden
Originally designed in 1964 by landscape architect Beryl Mann, this garden encircles the Religious Centre and was replanted in 1996 to showcase a diverse range of low lying plants from around Australia. The visual experience is one of constant change in mood and texture as you walk around the circular path. Today, the building sits within a formal ring of conifer trees (Callitris oblonga) from Tasmania.
Did you know? The stained glass window inside the Religious Centre was the first commissioned piece of work from prominent Australian sculptor Les Kossatz.