Red Cow Farm, Sutton Forest
(4.8/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • We were very keen to see this garden, but when we arrived (2 cars, 2 couples) we were astonished by the rudeness of the owner (?), who, after us asking where we could park, (parking on the busy road w...  more »
  • We came across Red Cow Farm on our return from Canberra, we almost didn't stop but were so very pleased we did. This garden is a tribute to it's owners. Put it on your list to visit. 
  • Red Cow Farm has been on my must visit list for some years now, so was delighted to finally be able to visit this year. I imagine the garden in summer would be a beautiful picture of roses, but even i...  more »
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  • A beautiful garden which we filled in 1.5 hours walking through some amazing rooms. Kids loved it. Well worth a look if this is your thing. $10p Adult and $4 per child. Children under 4 are free.
  • A garden full of surprises and great designs - a wonderful place to relax and wander in for a couple of hours.
  • A beautiful day in Sutton forest, Red Cow garden the last weekend for viewing until spring. it was magnificent, 6 acres of wonderful well planned gardens, a beautiful vista around every corner , and beautiful Autumn colours, statues of Pan, (loved it). Well worth a visit.
  • Serenity and peace
  • This is an absolutely fabulous place run by the nicest people in the world. One of the owners spent about a half hour with us, giving us some of their history and behind the scenes info. then off we went to explore these absolutely fantastic gardens. Plan to spend at least two hours leisurely wandering through lush gardens, picturesque lakes and bridges, amongst statues and wildlife and so much more. Be sure to bring a camera - you won't regret it!