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Celebrating 35 years of Cockington Green "They were told it wouldn't make it five years [but] I think their hope was that it was going to go on into perpetuity with the family looking after it, until we are old and grey and ours kids were old and grey," he said.
Sally remembers being small enough to fit inside deals on oakley sunglasses some of the models. "When the Scottish castle was first built, me and my sister used to climb inside and play in it, so it was like a life size doll house. So we were all just little kids. we had no real idea, the concept of it," she said. Four generations of Sarahs have worked at Cockington Green,from Sally and Mark's nephew Christopher all the way back to his great grandparents. Sarah said while Christopher's friends might have been jealous of a child with a miniature train at his disposal, she and her siblings were often made fun of because of what their parents did. "People didn't really know what this was going to be and they thought we had strange parents making little models of English buildings out of sticks!" she said. "We were called the Village People." Sally said it could be hard going running a tourist attraction in the ACT, but through bushfires, epidemics and pilot strikes, Cockington Green has remained standing. "There was a year where we went had best oakley sunglasses plan A, plan B and plan C in case something was to go wrong and we got to plan B and sort of thought, 'Wow, this is getting pretty tough'," Sally said. "We warned our personnel at one point saying 'we're not sure where this is going to end'." Sarah said it was the family unit which kept the business going through hard times, with four generations of relations happy to pick up extra shifts or work harder when things got tough. "It's like a labour of love, although at times you oakley inmate really would sell it to the highest bidder!" Visit Canberra director Ian Hill said Doug and Brenda Sarah had been pioneers in the ACT tourism industry, turning Cockington Green into a Canberra institution. He said their son, Mark, also had a clear passion and enthusiasm for the nation's capital.
"They've been very active in the tourism industry, they've been great supporters of Visit Canberra and Mark's put a lot back into the community through the National Capital Attractions Agency," he said. "The precinct is a bit okley glasses of an institution for local and interstate families to visit." Sally said the moment they knew they had truly made it was when Cockington Green was featured as a question on Eddie McGuire's Hot Seat television show.
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