Bindara – Pastoria East

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This friendly dog formed part of the welcoming committee to Bindara, a garden situated at the foot of the Cobaw Ranges near Kyneton.

I visited both Bindara and Rosebery Hill as part of the Kyneton Daffodil and Arts Festival in September 2013.

The garden sits in a small valley featuring granite rocks, a small creek and a collection of birds and animals including deer.

I decided to include a photo of this fine emu as I guess readers from the northern hemisphere will be well and truly familiar with deer  – no novelty there.

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Pea fowl roamed the grounds together with an assortment of bantam poultry which kept their distance.

I hope you enjoy wandering around Bindara as much as I did.

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4 Responses

  1. It looks a charming place Margaret. I particularly like the bird bath and the rocks.

    • Yes, Enivea The granite boulders and outcrops are an integral part of the garden.

      I like the way gardeners make use of the natural features of their gardens’ locations.

  2. 🙂

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