Bluestone Bridge, Water Garden, Mayfield captured in autumn.
The magnificent Water Garden at Mayfield in NSW, captured in autumn. On the left is the red Japanese inspired bridge, on the right the Bluestone bridge and waterfall.
An illusion built into the design of this pool makes it seem the pool is actually part of a larger lake (situated below this pool).
A clever design in this sculpture removes the photographer from the reflection.
Mayfield was established in 1984 by the Hawkins family, initially as a sheep farm. The heart of our property has been gradually transformed – with the help of talented local landscapers and tradespeople – from bare paddocks into one of the largest, privately owned cool climate gardens in the world.
A sure sign of spring in regional NSW is the golden yellow rapeseed fields that can dominate the countryside for hectares.