Welcome to Wooling Hill Garden Estate

image3The low rolling foot hills of the Macedon Ranges create a wonderfully picturesque backdrop to Wooling Hill Garden Estate nestled in the Barringo Valley.
Wooling Hill’s beautiful, tranquil gardens are a wonderful place to celebrate life… 

Whether it is the joyous occasion of a new life entering the world, baby naming ceremony, a special birthday, anniversary, family reunion or the time to give thanks say good bye to a loved one; at Wooling Hill we are able to celebrate the full circle of life.


  • Of prime importance to us is our relationship with people; including those who come to Wooling Hill, those who work for us and those with whom we have business relationships.
  • We will be trustworthy, ethical and professional.
  • We will be good neighbours and community citizens by using local suppliers and supporting community activities consistent with our vision and purpose.
  • Wherever possible, we will improve our immediate and district environments by a responsible use of energy, recycled materials and water. We will continue to replace tree cover and minimise the use of sprays and chemicals.
  • We will be innovative in celebration, commemoration, events and work practices.
  • We acknowledge that this is a long term commitment; therefore we work for the long term care and maintenance of the estate along with ongoing development of the site

The unique property is proudly Australian owned and operated and is the only privately owned property that is permitted to have memorials in their garden in Victoria.  In that light we are privileged to be able to offer a range of memorials for your loved ones final resting place.



The History of Wooling Hill

Wooling Hill Memorial Garden Estate itself has many memories. It is said that the name ‘Wooling’ comes originally from the Aboriginal word ‘Woolong’ meaning “much water coming together”. This is now reflected by the lakes and water features which appear across the developing estate.

The Robertson family established the estate in 1840 – it was one of the earliest settlements in the district and as the Robertson children had families of their own, Wooling Hill came to resemble a small village. The nine-acre orchard and four-acre kitchen garden fed the family well.

The family cemetery still stands at Wooling Hill, marked in the fashion of those times, by Italian cypresses and a hand-made post and rail-fence (see the picture above third from the right bottom)