Accommodation Australia introduces Limberlost Nursery & Garden Centre, in Freshwater for all your restaurant and entertainment needs, enquire online today.At Limberlost Nursery & Garden Centre in Freshwater, we have everything you need to create your backyard sanctuary or landscaping dreamscape. We are a leading Cairns landscape, plant and garden supply store carrying an extensive range of plants, soils and everything you need to beautify your garden.If youre looking for mulch, we have a variety to choose from, including tea tree mulch, peanut shell and woodchip. We also keep sand, soil and a selection of potting and garden mix, weed mat and shade cloth. For backyard or landscape construction there are pavers, cement, Koppers logs and sleepers, as well as pebbles, rock and basalt boulders. For added convenience our raw materials are available in bulk bags and can be delivered or picked up.For the largest variety of plants in Cairns, we carry a huge selection of species that will thrive in local conditions, as well as an extensive collection of fruit trees. Our onsite horticultural plant doctor is also available to help you with any advice you may need about plant health. For that something special in your garden, Limberlost Nursery & Garden Centre also stock interesting pieces of garden decor, such as furniture, ornaments, water features and decorative pots.While youre here, take a spell in our cafe Vines and enjoy a hot or cold beverage and something to eat. Limberlost Nursery & Garden Centre in Freshwater is open for business and for bulk material delivery, seven days a week. We supply our products to customers throughout the Cairns region as well as sending plants to Cape York and Torres Strait.
Limberlost Nursery & Garden Centre has interesting facts - Why are Pubs called Hotels in Australia? A pub, short for Public House, is an establishment whose main function is to serve alcohol, mostly beer. Also known as an Ale house or Tavern. The reason for this is that until recently, in Australia (late 1980s), pubs were forced, by the liquor laws, to provide accommodation and so were accurately called hotels.
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