Saturday 17 August 2013


Heronswood is a lovely old property in Dromana on the Mornington Peninsula.
This main building was designed in 1866 in the Gothic Revival style.
The stone was quarried from nearby Arthurs Seat.
The property is a tourist attraction both for the scenic buildings and the extensive organic vegetable gardens.
NOTE: The vegies are served fresh in the atmospheric restaurant on the property
and seedlings are available for sale too.

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The hangout for scenery junkies!
(Thank you Sallie! Loved the caption in your first link here, so I bludged it!)


Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Beautiful old home on a lovely acreage. Who gets the organic vegetables?

Mascha said...

A very interesting post ... I love these (pseudo-) old buildings.

Melbourne Australia Photos said...

Lovely capture! Thanks for hosting.

Unknown said...

Lovely looking house. The stone walls are beautiful.

JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

Oh how lovely, great place to visit.