Rose Arbour, Black Boy & Golden Bunny at Berry Park House, Duckenfield

Berry Park House is an attractive Georgian homestead built in 1837 for the late John Eales with a hipped roof and shady verandah built by tradesmen who emigrated from England.

John Eales obtained a grant of 2100 acres in the Morpeth area in 1823. He grew wheat and constructed some of the colony’s first silos for storage. He also raised sheep, bred racehorses (his son developed a prosperous stud), organised the first race meeting in the Hunter Valley in 1833, owned some of the colony’s finest racehorses and built a private racecourse.

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Comments

  • naturelover
    natureloverover 2 years ago

    I love this Gabe,so pretty and so cold here, can’t wait to see pictures here like this again x

  • Hi Pauline, how are you girlfriend? Thank you for the lovely comment. Yes getting rather hot here today, I’m sunburnt! Been out too much in the garden today. Did have a hat on but that didn’t stop much!

    Sending you some warmth.

    Gabe xx

    – Gabrielle Lees

  • Valerie Anne Kelly
    Valerie Anne K...over 2 years ago

  • Hi Val, thank you my friend! :) Hope you’re been well?

    Gabe :)

    – Gabrielle Lees

  • maggie326
    maggie326over 2 years ago

    Absolutely gorgeous Gabe

  • Hi Maggie, thank you my friend! :) This garden was just stunning, wish you guys could pop over and come visit it with me.

    Gabe :)

    – Gabrielle Lees

  • AngieDavies
    AngieDaviesover 2 years ago

    Wow! What a lovely garden shot, gorgeous roses! Is this yours?

  • Hi Angie, I wish, no this is a gorgeous garden not too far from my property. It’s about 10 acres of beautiful colour.

    Gabe :)

    – Gabrielle Lees

  • Ana Belaj
    Ana Belajover 2 years ago

    Wow! Magic beautiful!

  • Hi Anna, thank you so much! Hope you’re been well. I suppose it’s getting rather cold over there now? Sending you some warmth.

    Gabe :)

    – Gabrielle Lees

  • Bunny Clarke
    Bunny Clarkeover 2 years ago

    Beautiful! A lovely capture and scene. :o)

  • Hi Bunny, thank you my friend! :) It’s such a beautiful garden, the roses weren’t fully out so I’m going back next week, tough isn’t it! lOL!

    Gabe :)

    – Gabrielle Lees

  • Loree McComb
    Loree McCombover 2 years ago

    Oh my, this is beautiful

  • Hi Loree, thank you my friend! Yes it was just gorgeous.

    Gabe :)

    – Gabrielle Lees

  • shortshooter-Al
    shortshooter-Alover 2 years ago

    A beautiful garden and interesting piece of history Gabe. Well done.

  • Thanks Al, it’s a beautiful place. The owner is a lovely person also which made it such a pleasure to visit.

    Gabe :)

    – Gabrielle Lees

  • Charlie Mclenahan
    Charlie Mclenahanover 2 years ago


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  • Awwh thank you so much for the wonderful feature.

    Gabe :)

    – Gabrielle Lees

  • Ana Belaj
    Ana Belajover 2 years ago

    Congratulations on your wonderful feature,fabulous work!

  • Oh you are too kind Anna! xx

    Gabe :)

    – Gabrielle Lees

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