Tambreet Retreat is a beautiful country hide-away eighteen kilometres from Traralgon in the Latrobe Valley, south eastern Victoria, Australia. Tambreet Retreat – just right for your own special and very private celebratory day in the garden, or for an extended stay if you are needing accommodation in the Latrobe Valley for work, for recreation or health and recuperation.
Developed from a vacant block of land in 2003 into a beautiful retreat with separate guest units and a chaotically abundant six acre garden alive with trees and plants from around the world, Tambreet may be the retreat you are looking for.
Book a walking tour along the garden pathways and the creek.
Join hosts to work in the garden or choose the produce for your dinner from their vegetable and fruit gardens.
On Black Saturday, 7 February 2009, uncontrollable bushfires in the state
of Victoria, Australia burnt hundreds of thousands of hectares. Over a hundred and fifty lives were lost, more than 1,500 houses were destroyed, entire towns were left unrecognisable.
As avid gardeners Sean and Esther Leahy rebuilt their devastated six acre garden, Esther Leahy documented and photographed this remarkable story of fire and recovery. Vivid photographs accompany a highly readable and botanically accurate text.
A delightful and evocative book for gardeners and non-gardeners alike. Read more about Round the bend...