Thirty years ago, Larry and I discovered a collection of dilapidated, early colonial vernacular farm buildings in the foothills of the Razorback Range at Glenmore, near Camden, NSW, Australia.

Since then, the original farmhouse has been restored and extended; the former barn, dairy, stables, hay shed and other outbuildings given new purpose. Gradually, all have been linked together by new fences, walls, paths, steps, hedges and gardens.

The result is a small, unique and charming country property nestled into a landscape of delightful rise and fall…on the very edge of Sydney.

 You too can enjoy an inspiring day at Glenmore House and its working garden. To find out how, just click here, and why not join our mailing list to be kept up to date with all the exciting activities. If you would like to read more about the story of Glenmore, as well as the way of life enjoyed today, The House and Garden at Glenmore by Mickey Robertson was published by Murdoch Books in October 2017.