Wombalana is a magical wilderness.

If you walk up the stairs from Selby House or down the bushy paths from the local carparks, you’ll go on a journey tens of thousands of years back in time.

Wombalana is a wild garden of giant rocks, huge logs and spiky plants – and an enormous megafauna, the Diprotodon.

In Wombalana, our nature play space gives kids the chance to get lost in the wonder of nature, with dry creek beds, mazes, a mud kitchen, tunnels, mounds and natural treehouses. Kids are encouraged to run, jump, play, learn, and discover the wild side of life.

(Acknowledgments: Diprotodont design and concept by Stephen Mushin. Landcaping concept by RB Landscapes)



12 – 3pm on Saturday 15th May

 Selby Community House, 1 Minak Road, Selby

Join us for the Wombalana Wild Garden launch from 12 – 3pm on Saturday 15th May.

There will be free food (vegan and vego savoury and sweet) and barrister made coffee!

We have some exciting family entertainment from Reptile Encounters, PaperLab, and mini eco expo. Local musicians will be performing throughout the day and an exhibition in the main lounge.