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William Ricketts Sanctuary, Mount Dandenong
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  • It's free but donations welcomed. Interesting artworks by William and a nice sanctuary to walk around in. Free car parks available opposite the sanctuary. 
  • We very much enjoyed wandering this sanctuary. We spent about an hour there. It was beautiful to finally see it after seeing it on travel programs for years. And loved watching the short video of this...  more »
  • Best time to visit is through the week, if you can manage it, but regardless, it's easy to lose yourself in this forest glade. Renew your vows with Nature. Willian Ricketts' message is unambiguous: ch...  more »
  • I've been in and around Dandenongs for years without coming across this place. Very unique and worthwhile to visit. The area can be steep and slippery.
  • It took me 39 years to get here and I only live 20 minutes away. Buggered if I know why, because it's a peaceful, interesting place to visit and enjoy on your own or with your family and friends.
  • Beautiful little place to explore, especially on a chilly day. Only an hours drive from Melbourne and offered a great insight into an interesting artist.
  • I felt like I stepped in a fairy land.. Such a beautiful place to visit!
  • A Nice walk, and it was free. Interesting sculpture