| Grimwade even bought some pieces of the ivy that was originally growing in the|
house and it is still growing in this delightful cottage to this day.
|Lots of healthy plants fill the garden|
Fitzroy Gardens are named after Sir Charles Augustus Fitz-Roy. Governor of the colony of New South Wales 1845 - 1855. Governor General of Australia Colonies 1850 - 1855. Set aside as a reserve in 1848 the gardens follow a classic Victorian era design.
|Model Tudor Village|
|The Dolphin Fountain|