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Gnomesville, Wellington Mill

(4.3/5 based on 180+ reviews on the web)
Quirky and eclectic, Gnomesville endures as one of Western Australia’s more unusual attractions. Something a little different to the norm, Gnomesville began as a result of a protest against the construction of a traffic circle just outside the town of Dardanup but has grown into a large collection of over 3,000 gnomes left on the spot by visitors. Put Gnomesville into our Wellington Mill tour planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Wellington Mill.
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  • Gnomes gnomes everywhere! Its truely magical. Pity we didn't get our own gnome to leave there, that's definitely a to-do for our next visit. Our children enjoyed it, as did we. Very interesting to see...  more »
  • Stopped off at this bizarre " attraction ". Found the whole thing tacky, dirty and could not find anything appealing about it. Looked like a dumping ground for redundant gnomes. Would help if the brok...  more »
  • We stopped at Gnomesville on our way to Kirup for the kids. They absolutely loved it. My husband and I were amazed at the staggering amount of Gnomes here. We only had one disappointment, that we didn...  more »
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  • A wonderful experience once again where my boys Wayne and Jax place the Gmones
  • A cool place to visit, fun to adventure on over the small river that runs through. Some gnomes are a little inappropriate but other are fun and cool to look at. Would not bring kids under age 10 again.
  • Almost 4 year-old daughter loved it and enjoyed finding all the gnomes and smurfs that were there.
  • Has to be seen to be appreciated, soo many gnomes and all for free!
  • Love how in aus we have such quirky stuff! Also when i went a cat was wondering around saying hello to everyone.