The story goes that this started when a group of Dardanup Primary School students mentioned there was a traffic hazard at the intersection during a mock council meeting. The council heard about it and started building the roundabout. A local Wellington Mills resident placed a single gnome at the site of the roundabout as a silent protest against the controversial project. More gnomes soon came to join the silent protestor and soon the site had become a large gnome community.
We are going to buy gnomes on the internet and take them next time we go.
Welcome Gnome. Gnome sweet gnome. Gnome is where the heart is. Metrognome. . .
Also on the itinerary - Wild Bull Brewery. Nice simple lunch in a beautiful setting.