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Meet the Gnomes of Gnomesville, Western Australia.

Gnomesville (population 3000) is one of those magical little places – like Smurf Village, or the Shire, or an Irish pub in Perth – where nary a care nor worry shall follow. A good day-trip from Perth, the attraction features Gnomes in a variety of clever and comical scenes such as a Funeral Gnome, A Gnome for Wayward Youths, and The Tomb of the Unknown Gnome.
Gnomesville is located just east of Dardanup, Ferguson Valley, Western Australia.
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Bev, you'd have to watch your step here, and say "Excuse me" as you work your way through them all!! :-))) ♥♥♥

A total Maze, however they are cute. Thank you Nev. 6-22-21


alias2v, 3000 gnomes is one heck of a lot of gnomes.




Jolene, thank you. ♥♥♥

Frogs are fun.

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Jacqueline, that's fair enough. My uncle had a mould for a frog, so he was often making frogs for people's gardens. He used glass marbles for the eyes, and after he pulled the frog from the mould, he would paint it green. They looked most realistic too, and we had ours for years. ♥♥♥

That they are.


The true garden gnome lover can gape at this!
It certainly won't be me ;-)


Jackie, they are indeed. ♥♥♥


Brian, there's no place like Gnome.


Jolene, they're certainly in good company there. ♥♥♥


Linda, I've never heard of so many gnomes in the one place before. I guess it's a "family reunion"! :-))) ♥♥♥

Very cute Nev, Thank you.


Blimey Nev, it’s the folk from the Gnome Office ! Enjoy your day mate......B

That is a lot of gnomes. They have a safe place to live out their lives.




Nice to meet you, too! Greetings from a small place quite near Hamburg/Germany.


Sylvia, nice to meet you. Gnomes have always been popular in Australia, and it's good to see that 3,000 of them now have a "home" in Western Australia.
Greetings from Sydney, Australia. Nev. ♥♥♥


Love these funny and cute dwarves, nice to meet them. Also love your info on Gnomesville! Thanks for introducing! We used to have dwarves in Germany, too but somehow they seem to go out of vogue over here. So good to learn, they have a cozy forever-home in Australia. Yay! - Sylvia


Jana, I'm pleased you enjoyed the many colourful dwarves here.
Many thanks for the container of heat which arrived safely and was welcomed by us. And we will look forward to the next shipment - your thoughtfulness is most appreciated.
Hugs to the 1st Assistant ♥♥♥ and Royal Greetings to King Max.


Beautiful dwarves, I also remind me of those who belonged to Snow White, thank you Nev. I hope you received the heat, today we are sending another container with heat 32 C ☺☺☺ Best wishes toall of you. Royal greetings from Max too ♥♥♥


Sissel, we're all "little kids" here in Australia! :-))) ♥♥♥


Thanks so much Neville :-)))))


Sally, if I ever get there, I'll try and remember to bring along a few gnomes too. :-))) ♥♥♥


I forgot to mention that we added Gnomes to the collection and it was really crowded then (About 6 or 7 years ago..... Hope they built an extension.... ❤❤ 。◕‿◕。 。◕‿◕。❤❤


Pat, I'll get Columbo right on it! :-)))


OK, thanks mate! I'll get right on it.

Oh, gee whiz, too late. I've got to eat and get to bed real early tonight. My daughter's coming on Friday for Father's Day, and I'm trying to get my sleeping turned around to a regular daytime schedule. Don't want to sleep away half the day with her here! (It worked last night, so I have hope.) It's about 10 past midnight here as I post this.

Somebody else will have to find Waldo!


Pat, somewhere there. Good luck in finding him! :-)))


Jill, I read that it was commenced by locals who were protesting about Council putting in a roundabout, but I've no idea how that protest grew into 3000 gnomes!! :-))) ♥♥♥


Janet, I wouldn't mind seeing it either. It's located about a half hour drive from Bunbury at a town called Wellington Mill. ♥♥♥


Bob, we've got it all in Australia!! :-)))


Jolene, I thought the "population 3000" might refer to the people in this town, but I did check, and the 3000 refers to the number of gnomes. ♥♥♥


Eko, it sure is, mate. I'd like to have a look at it, just to say I've been there.


Sally, you've been there? That's terrific. And I'm pleased you enjoyed it. ♥♥♥


Bobbie, I didn't know it was there till I saw it on the internet. ♥♥♥


Where's Waldo?


Oh by goodness this is crazy stuff, but a lot of fun. Thanks Nev


WOW! That's something we must visit IF we ever get back over there. Thanks for a laugh Nev, with hugs and hugs to Marge. ♥♥♥


Yet another reason to visit Oz. :D

And a few of those look they are from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

Now that is a party.


Very interesting, Nev. Thanks! :o)


California girl, been there it's amazing..... ❤❤ 。◕‿◕。 。◕‿◕。❤❤


Cute. ;-D

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