It was an overcast and some times showery day, but I did manage to gather a little bounty of photographs. I'd been wanting to see this now heritage listed site for myself, after viewing a segment on ABC's Gardening Australia programme last year.
From what had once been a critical water supply during the 19th century, since 1899, this location has been utilised as both a garage, and a petrol station.
Set well down from the main roadway which is pulsing with city traffic, in 2009 this site was transformed into a magical space of tranquility.
The foreground planting is Australia's native Banksia in flower.