Saturday, February 5, 2011

Making Tracks

Ensuring all-weather access to the important areas of a property is one of the first steps in achieving a workable landscape design.  The recent floods reminded us  just how important this can be.

The track across the hillside below The Citrus Grove, a simple  path  mown through native grassland, runs alongside the intermittent watercourse and  leads to The Bush Garden and to the campsite beside The Gully Garden.   Apart from a few hours at the height of the recent  floods this allowed access from the house to all areas on the far side of the watercourse. 

The track continues on beside the creek and leads eventually to The Waterfall.  To find out more about the The Waterfall Walk look in the page called  "Garden Design at The Drip."

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