Designed and planted in 2013 this garden is well established on a large west facing sandy slope in the coastal suburb of Bundeena.  The new Japanese inspired ‘Bokor Architecture’ house sits atop the sandhill amongst the magnificent indigenous Angophora costatas and the garden has been designed to be a reflection of the  surrounding bushland of the Royal National Park with a Japanese twist.
The mass planting of Macrozamia communis under the Sydney Red Gums along with carefully placed sandstone boulders and plenty of well clipped shrubs gives the garden a stunning blend of restraint and care.

Photos by Adam Leddin and Kath Gadd

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