Gardens - Home and Away

This page is intended to show some of the gardens that we have seen and interest us. Some have only been visited once, and the images were shot "on the fly" so to speak. Others have been covered in more detail.
The first garden is part of our own (a re-modelling of an old 1930's garden).
The selected images in this album currently cover one page, but the numbers will, over time increase.

The second image of Tulips growing at
Lambley provides a link to a page covering a number of other gardens - some in SA, and others interstate.
1930s garden

Part of a 1932 aerial photograph showing the South West corner of our property. We see here the South-West corner with the Dawson Creek following the tree line on the top left. The sheds centre bottom house the old Cobb & Co. (cobbled floor) changing station stables. The outdoor toilet can be seen directly above these sheds - it now resides inside the large workshop and garage.
The original house, built in the late 1860s is at the rear of the current house, and is now physically connected and under the main roof.
The original front garden layout can be seen between the front of the main house and the (already large) Cyprus hedge.
Lambley tulips

Numerous gardens in South Australia and Victoria are included in this gallery. I'll try to identify them in the image caption!