Guided Tours

Join us for a guided tour

Available weekdays


(Bus Tours welcome by prior arrangement. call 0403675170)

In this tour experience you will be welcomed by owner and artist David Dawson and taken into the inner working areas of the workshop and packing sheds.

There you will be walked through the process of how David and his team take raw Australian steel and turn it into stunning rusted art pieces.

Learn about the design process, see our machines in action and watch our manufacturing team transforming the designs David has created into pieces for your garden.


 Learn about the history of the site and how the business has grown and evolved since it began in 2006.  Explore our gardens and fish ponds all created by the team at Overwrought.

At the conclusion of the tour you will be able to shop and relax in the gallery or sculpture gardens by the fishponds with a complimentary hot beverage of your choice and a sweet treat.

We have also created a small memento for tour participants to take home.

Bookings are essential as tour numbers are limited to ensure you get an enriching experience with our team

When purchasing this  info packed tour write in the comments box  the date you are coming and the full names of your party attending .


This tour is in a working factory and sensible shoes are to be worn. You will be required to wear a safety vest provided and adhere to the walkways as instructed by your guide.

The Tour starts in the gallery so make yourself known upon arrival and one of our guides will be ready to commence your tour.

For groups of 15 or more or bus tours we can offer flexibility with days and times. Please call the Gallery on 0403 675 170 to coordinate your groups next fun experience.


Brabbo wrote a review Jan. 2021 ( tripadvisor)
Wow, my sister and I had a great day. Toured through the wrought iron workshop with Selena and not only did we have the whole workshop process explained, we were introduced to all staff and Al took time out of his day to chat. After tour (which we highly recommend) you are lucky enough to have a tea. Then we had time to explore the gardens with wonderful artwork and at the end you get a beautiful Australian handmade wrought iron item. Well worth the trip.