Something very exciting is happening in Tingha, a small town inland from Coffs Harbour in New South Wales.
Around 2000 feijoa trees have been planted to form a hedge maze. First one, anywhere.
They’re only two years old at the moment and have a way to grow. But, doesn’t it look good?
The maze is expected to be open to the public in 2015. And there are hopes for a cafe and a Big Feijoa*.
I’m thinking Tingha is set to become the feijoa capital of Australia and I’ve got my road trip pencilled in.
Many thanks to Christine Neville for the lovely photographs.
*If you aren’t familiar with Australia’s Big Things, they’re usually monster fibreglass sculptures or architectural structures that capture the iconic nature of a place. Mandatory for a photo opp on a road trip.