The first picture is the lower cottage garden, from the cottage to the pear tree. The second is taken from the upper garden (towards the pear tree) showing the olive tree that has been planched. This not only lets in more light to the garden, but will enable the prolific little tree to produce more olives for bottling which might end up being a good idea - or not. We're experimenting because the olive grove is old and with a bit of pruning might be taken back into production.
The Garden Blog
Beaumont House is a South Australian National Trust home built in 1839. I used to walk past the place often and think to myself that someone ought to do something about the garden.