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Cactus Country, Strathmerton
(4.2/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
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  • The grounds are quite large and home to a variety succulents, some pretty amazing. It was a hot day and full of flies so the very friendly and helpful owner provided us with umbrellas for shade and in...  more »
  • We have been past heaps of times always meaning to call in & have a look. Finally called in 3/12/16 $10 entry fee as Seniors, there were all different coloured paths, headed down the first one, lots o...  more »
  • Many of the cactus in flower, however it needed a lot of maintenance . Worth a visit, but i wouldn't rush back Perhaps Cacti are not my thing. 
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  • Drive from Melbourne to here. Was met by a very happy and nice women who explained everything to us. The farm it's self was great to see. So many plants. We ordered some cactus ice-cream aswell which was nice. Great place to see
  • "Half way to Mexico" as cactus guy said. Cactus Country is awesome place for cactus lovers and Mexican food lovers. You need to travel little bit through a rough road for awhile before you reach the place. The place is huge and you will be amaze how much variety of cactus (group according to the Country of origin). Informative as well, since they provide you with information book with the map. A great photo shoot for those who are into western, cowboy and desert theme. At the moment I visit, the place has restoration in progress. They inform us that a bad storm passed by and cause few damages from the cactus. But still they have some areas that are okay to check out. If you ever see a dog lazily lying give him pat. He probably their mascot hahaha. Try their cactus ice cream.. delicious!!
  • I still haven't stopped telling people about this place since I visited a month or so ago. The place is unbelievable. It was also great to see you at South Melbourne Markets today, with a range of cacti for sale.
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  • The place was a huge dump full of actual rubbish. $12.50 per person to rubbish!!! The cactus looked either tired or were dead and falling over or broken. To top that off there were very little plants to buy (which were clearly bought from another place because the tags were still in them!!). We were wanting to buy quite a few varieties but all they had was generic succulants and cactus. None of the actual different ones from standard shops. Very few plants to buy. Actual rubbish lying about everywhere (empty dog cans and food rubbish just left on the ground in clear view for customers). Broken statues and planter boxes should have been removed rather than painting a damn wall! The cherry on top was how filthy the area was where they made the coffees! Large blow flies everywhere and the disgusting look of the area would fail health code. Drove a long way to be very very disappointed. NEVER AGAIN!