The dry stone Japanese Garden which is located in the grounds of the Wyndham City Council offices has received a much-needed makeover thanks to the efforts of members of the Rotary Clubs of Werribee and Hoppers Crossing and council staff.
The garden was established in 1997 as a result of Werribee Rotary's connection with the Rotary Club of Sapporo North in Japan. Members of the Sapporo North club visited Australia during construction to provide advice on the design and structure of the garden.
The garden is designed to be a place of spiritual and religious significance. It is meant for quiet meditation and deep reflection on one's life and how you relate to the harmonious balance of nature in order to achieve peace of mind. The rocks and their placement are the most important element in this garden.
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