Petschel House: Gallery, Gardens, Studio and Orchard are OPEN THIS ~ WEEKEND and MONDAY

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SAT, SUN, MON 12:00 – 5.30

107 PETSCHELS LANE Hamilton Victoria

VISIT HAMILTON this weekend and stay till Tuesday because it is SHEEPVENTION time at the Showgrounds.

We will be opening our Gallery & Gardens each afternoon for visitors and locals to come and see what we have here. Look to a coming to future painting workshop, be inspired by our gardens, artworks or purchase produce from our orchard. Petschel House is set on 14 acres, a slice of its former rich history in the Western District.

August Open Days @ Petschels House

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Petschel House is open by appointment during the week and most weekends. If you would like to be sure we are here it is best to call ahead on 0417 585 102. We are very happy to take visitors through our gardens and studio if we are home. Otherwise – three special days coming up.

            

Petschel House will be open for three afternoons in August for guests to come and visit our Bijou Gallery and have a look around the gardens and orchards. The Studios will also be open. You may find produce to your liking, a piece of art or specialist jewellery.

Sunflowers & Pencil Pines.

Open Days ~ Petschel House

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OPEN DURING SHEEPVENTION FESTIVAL AUGUST 3, 4 & 5 1.00PM – 4.30PM

Petschel House will be open during the three day Hamilton Sheepvention Festival this year. Whilst visiting Hamilton; or if a local with visitors in need of a break from the hectic Sheepvention activities why not come out for a walk around our extensive gardens and orchards and visit our fine art Gallery. We will be open each afternoon (Saturday 3 August through to Monday 5 August) between 1.00 – 4.30.

Petschel House –

107 Petschels Lane, Hamilton Vic 3300

Phone: 0417 585 102

2017 – Update

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We have now well and truly re-located to Hamilton in the Western District of Victoria.

It’s been quite a journey and many removal trucks to relocate 256 human life years of goods and chattels collected and art works made on the family property hillside at Mount Pleasant and Fordhams Road Eltham. Two houses and several workshops and sheds as well as the garden and gallery. What was not given away or sent to recycling depots is now in Hamilton. Pieces of our Eltham garden are now growing in a new soil, just like us. There were not too many casualties along the way.

We also want to thank the many friends and students who stopped by to give us a hand with this daunting task.

So what’s the future?

We’ve begun discussions and drawing plans for the next painting studio and planning how we will promote our beautiful new grounds in Hamilton. There are thinking plans ahead for painting workshops around the beautiful new garden, lake and orchard. The property is everything we had in Eltham; but on a larger scale and the land is FLAT! And that’s is beauty – no more garden or working like a mountain goat on the steep hillside of Eltham South.