We cater for playgroups, kindergartens, schools, nursing homes, carnivals, fetes & fairs, shopping centres and Birthday Parties. We have Farmyard animals, Bush Babies, Chicken Hatching, Milking on the MOOve, Rabbit Rearing and Pony rides. For more details & free party invitations please see our website.
Redwood Rd GEMBROOK
In 1948, at the suggestion of a few WWII diggers, the planting of some trees was undertaken along both sides of Redwood Road. At a later date inscribed bronze plaques were laid at the base of the trees in commemoration of the WW1 servicemen who lost their lives. Redwood Road became know as the Avenue of Honour, and now forms a lovely tree lined roadway which leads to the Cenotaph in Gembrook Park. The present Cenotaph was constructed in 1991 by members of the Gembrook RSL Sub Branch, however the original Cenotaph still forms part of the front brick fence of the Sub-Branch.
Blackwood Lane GEMBROOK 3783
(03) 5968 1567
Prominent artist Sue Jarvis invites you to her gallery and gardens. Sue paints in oils and watercolours and takes photographs with the 'figure in cityscape' being the main theme of her current works. Set on ten acres of beautiful garden. Only a 10 minute stroll from Puffing Billy railway station.
88 Mountain Rd COCKATOO 3781
(03) 5968 8979
Coach hire and re-enactments of bushrangers, stage coach and train hold ups. AHSE accredited, conditions apply.
Blackwood Lane GEMBROOK
The cemetery was founded in 1918 and is the second cemetery for Gembrook. The first one was established on Boyd Road in 1879 but proved too far for the towns people to walk so they opened one closer to the village. It is a very clean, peaceful and well cared for cemetery that has 5 generations of many local families. We have all denominations, ashes lanes, memorial rocks and crypts.
Redwood Rd GEMBROOK
Melways Ref: 312 K10
This plaque commemorates the timber industry and the work of pioneer hardwood millers in the district.
Take a step back in time and find out about Gembrook's history. Start your journey at the historic plaques at JAC Russell Park next to Puffing Billy Station, then collect a historic walk map at one of the shops and follow the trail answering questions along the way.
Check out this local artist's web-site. Leo is a widely acclaimed artist in Europe and the UK, who decided to retire to Gembrook for a quieter life. Leo has become quite famous in Australia for his drawings of buildings and wildlife, working mainly for pleasure, he can also be seen selling his drawings at St Kilda market every Sunday.
77 Main St GEMBROOK 3783
0411 465 098
Small private collection of vehicles from various periods. Hands on exhibits, group tours and rides by prior arrangement.
10am-3pm 6 days per week (Closed Mondays)
40 Station Rd GEMBROOK 3783
0408 359 059
Quality organic chestnuts. U Pick and farm gate sales, delivery by arrangement and Coach Parties welcome. The farm is set on 6 Acres with amazing views of the hills and a short walk from Puffing Billy Station. Our chestnuts are also available for sale at Caribbean Market on a Wednesday and Wantirna Trash and Treasure on a Sunday. The season is from March to June. Please phone ahead to assure availability of chestnuts.
Open Mar - Jun, Fri - Mon.
Station Rd, GEMBROOK
The original railway station and yard were in use from the opening of the station in December 1900 until the closure of the line in 1953.