Photo Essay – Cockington Green Miniature Garden, Canberra

Cockington Green Garden,
Canberra, Australia

Cockington Green Garden, in the capital city of Australia is a miniature garden that tingles the childhood fantasy of being a Gulliver in the land of Liliputs. These beautifully handcrafted houses and the garden is a tourist place that attracts young and old.

What impressed me the most were the tress and plants, that were designed in such a way that they looked like full grown trees against the mini houses.

Can you believe that these houses are barely half my house?

There’s even a working train track that runs between the landscape.

Website – Cockington Garden
Adult fees – 19.50 AUD
Open 7 days – 9:30 am to 5 pm
Car Parking Available
Toilet facility available

11 thoughts on “Photo Essay – Cockington Green Miniature Garden, Canberra

  1. What a lovely place! The details are incredible. It reminds me of the New York City Holiday Train Show. The only thing is that structures in there are created with natural elements. I think I have become a fan of miniatures.

  2. My mom used to have a calendar of similar landscape and these photos remind me that calendar. THey're lovely and very calming to look out. I can't believe this is Australia. So lovely.

  3. Wow! This is simply out of the world, Raj! I would not just love to visit this place, but also wish I could reduce in size so as to be able to live in one of these dainty little houses! <3

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