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Yagan's lookout (genunny) Wireless Hill was once known as Yagan’s lookout to the traditional owners. It provided perfect views of the surrounding area and right across the river. Yagan came from the Beeliar people, who were the custodians of the surrounding districts. The Beeliar family group was one of several clans belonging to the Whadjuk tribe. Whadjuk Nyoongar people come from the area of the ‘white sands plains’. Their boundaries consisted roughly of the Perth metropolitan area.

Yagan's lookout (genunny) Wireless Hill was once known as Yagan’s lookout to the traditional owners. It provided perfect views of the surrounding area and right across the river. Yagan came from the Beeliar people, who were the custodians of the surrounding districts. The Beeliar family group was one of several clans belonging to the Whadjuk tribe. Whadjuk Nyoongar people come from the area of the ‘white sands plains’. Their boundaries consisted roughly of the Perth metropolitan area.

Summerstone Fines is finely crushed quartz that looks terrific when compacted in pathways and driveways.  They best way to describe the appearance is that of crushed up sea shells mixed with beach sand.  It feels great under foot and lends itself to a relaxed, informal landscape situation.  Summerstone Fines has been used to great effect at Wireless Hill in Ardross.  This is public open space and a great place to view the product.  This is a bulk product at Creation Landscape Supplies.

Summerstone Fines is finely crushed quartz that looks terrific when compacted in pathways and driveways. They best way to describe the appearance is that of crushed up sea shells mixed with beach sand. It feels great under foot and lends itself to a relaxed, informal landscape situation. Summerstone Fines has been used to great effect at Wireless Hill in Ardross. This is public open space and a great place to view the product. This is a bulk product at Creation Landscape Supplies.

Love it, but no grass in between

Stephen Orr's 'Tomorrow's Garden'

On a large property near San Francisco, Roderick Wyllie and James Lord of Surface Design constructed a walkway using staggered stone strips interspersed with low groundcovers and stones.

decking at the end of the garden - Google Search

First Steps in Garden Design eco friendly decking. Good idea to lay some extra decking wood in the grass to make for a nice walkway. You could even put them down a slop like stairs!

And powerless underground refrigerator to keep your food cool

A Powerless Underground Refrigerator To Keep Your Food Cool

Near central fire pit, beer storage/cellar/bunker. 4 scattered throughout compound. The Groundfridge: the best solution for off-grid food storage

Stones - Creation Landscape Supplies, Nth Freo

Summerstone – 20 to - Creation Landscape Supplies

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