A view of the front fountain in its entirety.
The main residence of Cameron Lodge. Although a large house I liked the fact that it was a bit less monstrous in terms of height compared to some of the Mount Macedon properties.
View from the main residence looking toward the back of the property.
View of garden beds on the side of the main residence.
Some topiary near the smaller cottage in the middle of the gardens.
One thing I gained from the visit was an appreciation of Holly like this nice variegated specimen.
There were lots of trees in the garden and lots of nice shadows cast across the paths.
View of the 'Temple of the winds'
One of several elephants in the pond surrounding the temple.
The stepping stones which are the only way to get to the temple.
View from the temple looking across the pond which surrounds it.
The maples were just starting to colour up for Autumn.
These 'Roman Baths' are one of the features that were recently restored.
This pergola was enveloped by Wisteria.
This is part of the long driveway which is hidden by hedges. You can see why they need a full time hedger.
One of the herbaceous beds.
Vegetable beds in the potager. They were a bit lacking in produce but that may be indicative of the season.
These Dahlias were also in the potager probably grown for picking and display in the house.
More Autumn colour showing in the trees