The Fairies Tree is located in (Fitzroy Gardens), on the eastern outskirts of Victoria's capital, Melbourne, next to the Tudor model village of (Model Tudor Village), in addition to Captain Cook's Cabin (Cook'). Another famous logo outside of s Cottage).
Ola Cohen (Ola Cohn), an early Australian artist, writer and philanthropist, is known for her modernist sculptures, using natural irregularity and curves on a red ammonium tree that has been dead for many years in Fizloy Garden. The tree trunks are carved into a series of images, including fairies, dwarves, donkeys, koalas, fox bats and many typical Australian animals and birds.
Ola had published a book called "The Fairies Tree", and the preface of the book was engraved on a plaque under the tree: "I have carved in a tree in the Fitzroy Gardens for you, and the fairies, but mostly for the fairies and those who believe in them, For they will understand how necessary it is to have a fairy sanctuary-a place that is sacred and safe as a home should be to all living creatures.. I carve for you and the fairies on a tree in Fitzroy Garden, but mainly for fairies and those who believe in them. Because they will understand how important it is to have a fairy's sanctuary-a place as sacred and safe as home.